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jchauser

Jorge Cervera Hauser http://fishsaycheese.com/
302 posts
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Same mobulas from below, 2017

comment 1 star 374 2 days ago

Mobulas from last thursday, only with @pelagicsafari

comment 12 star 424 2 days ago

One of the most amazing open ocean ocurrences you'll ever witness

comment 2 star 415 3 days ago

Smooth hammerhead

comment 1 star 359 4 days ago

Mako above

comment 3 star 358 6 days ago

Smooth above

comment 4 star 435 6 days ago

Mako close-up during a trip with @pelagicsafari cabo, 2017

comment 4 star 379 2 weeks ago

Smooth hammerhead @pelagicsafari cabo, 2017

comment 3 star 366 2 weeks ago

Pilot trip @pelagicsafari cabo, coming soon

comment 3 star 403 2 weeks ago

Eye contact

comment 4 star 450 3 weeks ago

Beautiful mako off cabo san lucas, 2017

comment 7 star 408 3 weeks ago

Smooth hammerhead. cabo, 2017

comment 4 star 422 4 weeks ago

Smooth hammerhead off cabo, 2017

comment 5 star 427 last month

Soon we will be conducting pelagic safaris off cabo aboard our new boat, the mobula

comment 7 star 295 last month

While testing our new boat, we stumbled upon an über playful humpback whale doing some tail swings i had never seen before. footage by my beloved @lucilasv πŸ‘©πŸ»‍πŸ’»β€οΈ

comment 18 star 405 March 2017

Like every year, gray whales arrive to baja california from the arctic. some to breed, and others to give birth. it is the longest migration recorded in the animal kingdom. back when whaling was a thing, this species used to be known as "devil fish", because of their aggressive behavior while being hunted; now, just 100 years later, they can be one of the friendliest animals towards humans in the world.

comment 26 star 827 January 2017

Nature... a lot of times it is raw, cold. while looking for marlin feeding on baitballs, we found this large male floating lifeless in the middle of the open ocean.

comment 12 star 719 January 2017

A couple of months ago, as we came back from the socorro islands on our beloved @solmarv

comment 14 star 469 January 2017

Because of how they hunt, even the smallest, bait-less hook pose a threat for thresher sharks. video by @erick.higuera

comment 44 star 691 January 2017
comment 4 star 508 January 2017