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Sharks and South Africa

by Yuki
(Japan)

Shark Diving

Shark Diving

One of the things I want to do in South Africa for sightseeing is "Shark Diving," a tour which you can see sharks face-to-face and you have to go into a thing like a jail while you dive with them, otherwise you'll be eaten by the sharks. This tour is in Cape Town, the second-most populous city in South Africa, after Johannesburg, and it is located on the west side of the country.

And also go to see the sharks jumping on the surface of the ocean. The sharks there jump to hunt the seals swimming in the upper part of the ocean. They first dive to the deep part of the ocean and swim swiftly to the upper part of the ocean from below the swimming seals, and then appear on the ocean with a seal in their mouth like jumping.

I would like to go there someday.

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