Guadalupe Island

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Noun1.Guadalupe Island - a Mexican island in the Pacific to the west of Baja CaliforniaGuadalupe Island - a Mexican island in the Pacific to the west of Baja California
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
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Photographer Phil Bonds got lucky when he was able to snap a picture of 16-foot great white a mere inches away from him while diving last year off Guadalupe Island in Mexico, reports said Monday.
Kukulya joined biologists Greg Skomal from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries and Mauricio Hoyos Padilla at the Mexican marine conservation organization Pelagios Kakunja to tag and follow nearly a dozen sharks in the waters around Cape Cod and Guadalupe Island, Mexico.
The footage was shot near Guadalupe Island, Mexico, by photographer and adventurer Buck Forester.
In 1954, only 14 individuals remained on Guadalupe island, but now a second colony is thriving on San Benito island, where we embark on a morning hike.
The predator, nicknamed Deep Blue, was spotted in the waters near Guadalupe Island.
Strongly directional and differential swimming behavior of an adult female white shark, Carcharodon carcharias (Chondrichthyes: Lamnidae) from Guadalupe Island, Mexico
Recently I joined Mexican government fisheries officials diving with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island.
It might be because of the rookeries, or it might have something to do with reproduction," says John O'Sullivan, a shark researcher with the Monterey Bay Aquarium who has been to Guadalupe Island several times.
Two years later, in 2009, Hannah swam in her tail with 14ft Great White Sharks off Guadalupe island, Mexico.
Light winds and engine problems forced him to head his 36-foot vessel, Intrepid, in a westerly direction north of Guadalupe Island for almost two days in the Pacific Ocean, some 250 miles southwest of the city of Ensenada in Baja California.
By Pete Thomas GUADALUPE ISLAND, Mexico--The mammoth predator is lured from the abyss by the scent of blood and looms larger with every fathom it covers.
The cost is $260 for a single day in San Diego or $2,450 per person for a five-day retreat near Guadalupe Island (20 miles south of San Diego) with meals and lodging included.