UltimateTIGER SHARK place!
Tiger's Zoo is the name of a dive site which was discovered in April 2017 and promoted by our team. We named it Tiger's Zoo because in this place we have great possibility to observe tiger sharks all year round, from shallow to deep, some time dozens of them at a single time. The sharks, daily seen, are mostly females, many of them pregnant. Average size ranges from 2 to 4 m (but some are more than 5 m). Our sharks are not aggressive. There was no accident with the shark attack in local waters.
Diving in Tiger Zoo is available all year round. We do diving with tiger sharks everyday. All dive guides have Shark Speciality and Shark Expert certifications. Our dive guides have more than 1000 hours diving in Tiger Zoo and well know their behaviour.
Before each dive all divers are given comprehensive briefing about shark behaviour, diving procedure and safety rules which they must follow during the dive. Each diver is given special safety stick for protection.
Each dive is supported by team of dive guides and assistants who are responsible for diver's safety.
The tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier (lat.)) belong to the requiem sharks family and the only extant member of the genus Galeocerdo. Commonly known as the "Sea Tiger" due to the dark stripes on their body. The tiger shark is a relatively large macropredator, capable of attaining a length over 5 m (16 ft 5 in). Tiger sharks inhabit tropical and temperate waters. These graceful predators play a very important role in oceanic infrastructure. Acting as de facto garbage bins of the ocean, they consume everything, giving the preference to rotten food. Tiger sharks are considered as the second most dangerous shark, after the Great White, and have a bad reputation as man-eaters.
There is an ultimate opportunity for underwater photographers to get the closes shot of Tiger Sharks. Special private dives can be provided for underwater photographers. Also, if you want to have picture and videos with you and tiger sharks, our photographer can make for you amazing unforgettable images!
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Tiger Shark identification data base
We have identified a few dozens of sharks in Fuvahmulah local reef. Those, who appear more often and being observed permanently, were named and included in our official identification data base. There is unique possibility for our guests to identify a new shark and name it.