All footage was shot over July 10-19th at the Tumakohua Pass in South Fakarava (apologies credits incorrectly state this as the Tetamanu Pass. Tumakohua pass is in South Fakarava near Tetamanu) and the Tiputa and Avatoru Passes in Rangiroa, French Polynesia. This trip was planned over the annual grouper spawning which occurs during the full moon. While other larger grouper spawning aggregations occur elsewhere in the world, the one that occurs in south Fakarava is thought to be one of the largest aggregations. This year some 650 sharks were seen at the Tetamanu pass during this time. All underwater footage shot with a GoPro Hero 3, with a backscatter red filer. Top side shots were with a Canon 7d. Video edit done with Final cut Pro X, with some color correction.

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