Leopard sharks breathe without swimming!
Wolf Rock Dive has been busy over the summer. With consistent sightings of up to 50 grey nurse sharks, the good weather brought crystal blue water with a week of 25-30m vis! The temp is around 26 degrees.
We’re also seeing large numbers of leopard sharks, one of the only species of shark able to breathe without swimming. Their spiracle (valve behind the eye) pumps water over their gills allowing them to lie on the bottom and rest.
Lucky divers have also witnessed sea snakes, octopus, tawny nurse shark and mobula rays.
Call Wolf Rock Dive on 5486 8004 to find out more.