This is video from a scuba diving trip to the Revillagigedo Islands, January 29 - February 7, 2014, aboard the Nautilus Explorer, one of the best live-aboard diving expedition boats in the world. The Revillagigedo Islands (often referred to as "Socorro," which is the largest island in the group) lie 240 miles WSW of Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico, in the Pacific Ocean. The islands are famous among scuba divers for delivering almost guaranteed interaction with curious (one might even say "friendly") manta rays, and for encounters with other pelagic animals such as sharks, whale sharks, whales, and dolphins. We saw plenty of hammerhead and Galapagos sharks, and several in our group saw a tiger shark. There were plenty of humpback whales around, and we could hear them singing on most of our dives. We even saw Orca on this trip (probably hunting humpback whale calves), but that is quite rare.

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