|This is a series of photographs taken by artist Bruce Gray while scuba diving in the giant 350,000 gallon tropical reef habitat tank at The Aquarium of the Pacific, in Long Beach, California. There are over 1000 fish and other creatures in this giant aquarium. Here are some great shots of zebra sharks. Bruce stated that: "This was an absolutely incredible once in a lifetime experience that I will never forget! My hat is off to the folks at The Aquarium of the Pacific."|
|The Zebra Shark swims right at me, swerving out of the way at the last second.|
|It was fun, and kind of mesmerizing to watch these beautiful Zebra Sharks swim around us. They would get quite close, and even brushed my arm a couple of times. These sharks are called Zebra Sharks because they have stripes when they are small.|
|Another shot of one of the Zebra Sharks. I never get tired of watching these beautiful creatures swim.|
|Photo of one of the Zebra Sharks with it's long curved tail fin. A blue tang swims nearby knowing that the shark is fed twice a day.|
|Bubbles floating upward in the giant tank.|
|People who have not scuba dived don't realize how weightless you feel, even with all the heavy dive gear and weights to keep you under water.|
|The grouper swims by a stingray.|
|Bruce filming a zebra shark.|
|As a famous artist, Bruce is accustomed to dealing with the paparazzi.This family watches Bruce through the large viewing window.|
|Go back to Page One of Bruce's scuba diving photographs from this underwater adventure here. |
Check out my video of the zebra sharks on Youtube at : Shark Dive!
|Visit my friends at the website for The Aquarium of the Pacific here. I highly recommend a visit to the aquarium, and if you are a certified scuba diver, you will love the "Dive Immersion" experience in the 350,000 gallon tank. An incredible experience!|
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