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Another quiet day in the bay. After arriving in the Pearly Beach area we were heading into deeper water , where we spotted a Sunfish, also known as Mola mola. We could see it breaking the surface with its dorsal fin a few times, before taking a dive. Always great to see these mysterious creatures, as it doesn’t happen often. Closer to Geyser Rock we already could see some of the Cape Fur seals. On the way back we stopped by Marine Dynamics, who offer the shark cage diving. There we got to see a Great White shark passing the cage up and down.






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