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Sharks from above - Exmouth

Sharks from above

Shark Nusery

Starting in early September, many of the new born sharks in the area will congregate in the late afternoons and evenings in a shallow area. They bask in the warm waters, can relax from swimming in stronger currents and can put their minds at ease since there are no predators or dangers here.

The waters are shallow (1~1.5m), so you can easily see them swim by (see first picture). If you walk into the water and do not move, they will eventually become relaxed and swim by you. If you move or make noise, they will get scared and go away.

Directions: From the beach of Coral Bay, go to the right (north) and walk ~25 minutes. The shallow little cove is easily located because it is right at the bottom of the large bald sand dune (see second picture)

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  • Updated Apr 12, 2007
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