Sharks and Rays - Blue Elements Imaging
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Sharks and rays are closely related in the animal kingdom. One of their many similarities is that neither has bones; instead, their skeletons are made of cartilage which is softer and more flexible than bone. This allows them to move with incredible grace and power, which is always an amazing sight for divers who have the privilege of spending time with them in the water.

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Schools of small bait fish can pack themselves so tightly around the sand tigers that the sharks are often hidden. In this image a second shark is barely visible in the upper left corner. Location: Wreck of the Caribsea, Morehead City, North Carolina