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Close-up Shark Photos Aim to Break ‘Jaws’ Stereotype

by The Weekly Flickr 2:47 mins

Close-up Shark Photos Aim to Break ‘Jaws’ Stereotype

by The Weekly Flickr 2:47 mins

In this episode of The Weekly Flickr, we profile George Probst. George dives with Great White Sharks, taking incredible up-close-and-personal photos of sharks in their natural habitat. While many think of sharks as fierce killers, George hopes his photos allow others to see them as he does: as beautiful, graceful, awe-inspiring creatures.

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