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5 Comments

Nesira
Nesira 8 years ago

Thank you all for the comments! I was on a dive trip and this was one of the things I really enjoyed doing. The Tarpons were quite amazing! I was really excited that I got to feed them. Florida is really a great place for wildlife!

Yasser Mansour
Yasser Mansour 8 years ago

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KarzanBlbas
KarzanBlbas 8 years ago

Tarpons are large fish of the genus Megalops; one species is native to the Atlantic, and the other to the Indo-Pacific oceans. They are the only members of the family Megalopidae. that so beautiful i think do not change photo to explain to as how much is great then human.

Birding For Fun
Birding For Fun 8 years ago

My first experience with Tarpon was in the Cayman Islands. I was scuba diving into a cave as about 15-20 tarpon were coming out. I assure you, they are massive when seen next to you in the water. Having said that, they are very gentle fish for their size and beautiful to boot.

KarenL
KarenL 8 years ago

Hi Nesira & welcome to the community!
As we are a wildlife site we request that organisms are the main focus of the spottings, & that humans do not feature as far as possible. I've changed thew order of your photos so the main image is of the fish.

Nesira
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Nesira

Florida, USA

Spotted on Sep 6, 2012
Submitted on Oct 28, 2012

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