Rava Ray, 27, from Tahiti was featured in a beautiful underwater photoshoot with dangerous creatures. But it doesn’t seem to bother her at all. She said that she doesn’t feel anxious swimming among sharks, turtles, stingrays, whales and dolphins and that she learned to “share” the water with them while she was growing up after moving to Hawaii. While swimming, Rava often strips off in the water, “so she can be at her most natural.”
In a small village in southern Indonesia off the coast of the island of Lembata, the local fishermen battle whales and sharks from a very small wooden boat with sticks. They capture the fish by harpooning them with long spears, and then dismember them in the water because the whales are too heavy and large to pull aboard their small boat.
It’s popular to dive with belugas, beautiful toothed whales. You can meet these amazing creatures while swimming in the White Sea, Russia. They will help you swimming and entertain you as they are very friendly and love divers. This thrilling photo shoot with belugas was taken by photographer Andrey Nekrasov from Ukraine.