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WHAT IS ELASMODIVER?

Not just Shark Pictures: Elasmodiver contains photos of sharks, skates, rays, and chimaera's from around the world. Elasmodiver began as a simple web based shark field guide to help divers find the best places to encounter the different species of sharks and rays that live in shallow water but it has slowly evolved into a much larger project containing information on all aspects of shark diving and shark photography.

There are now more than 5000 shark pictures  and sections on shark evolution, biology, and conservation. There is a large library of reviewed shark books, a constantly updated shark taxonomy page, a monster list of shark links, and deeper in the site there are numerous articles and stories about shark encounters. Elasmodiver is now so difficult to check for updates, that new information and pictures are listed on an Elasmodiver Updates Page that can be accessed here:

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Shark picture - green sawfish

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Shark Bite Pictures - images of shark bites and animals wounded by sharks.

A Californian Sea Lion with two severe shark bites. Cabo Pulmo, Baja, Sea of Cortez. This sea lion was laying on the main public beach in Cabo Pulmo close to the centre of the village. This was an unusual place for a sea lion to come ashore but the severity of its wounds may have made it impossible for the animal to make it back to its colony. The shape of the incisions and radius of the jaw suggests an attack by a Great White Shark. There are many fatal and nonfatal attacks on sea lions each year by sharks.

sea lion shark attack

 

Californian Sea Lion shark attack picture

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Californian Sea Lion shark attack picture

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Wounded Californian Sea Lion attacked by shark

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Californian Sea Lion shark attack picture

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Wound on the back of a Californian Sea Lion inflicted by a shark

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