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It is truly amazing to swim with these gentle giants in their natural environment! Isla Mujeres, a small island near Cancun, has the largest known aggregation of whale sharks every summer. It wasn’t that long ago that it was only a sleepy little fishing village. Now, it seems to be the whale shark capital, built up to a community now sustained by tourism. Before the regulations become prohibitive, snorkel with the whale sharks in their natural environment, and cross it off your bucket list! All images taken with Canon 5D MKIII in a Nauticam housing with available light only.

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