Gray reef shark congegration

Gray reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) congegrate in Fakarava South Pass (Tetamanu Pass), French Polynesia. During the day the sharks swim slowly against the tidal current in the channel. They hunt at night when the reef fish are resting and are easier to catch.

Gray reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) congegrate in Fakarava South Pass (Tetamanu Pass), French Polynesia. During the day the sharks swim slowly against the tidal current in the channel. They hunt at night when the reef fish are resting and are easier to catch.