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Kadu has almost 5,000 followers on Instagram @kadupinheiro. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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Hammerheads are regarded as aggressive hunters that feed on smaller fish, octopus, squid and crustaceans. But they are not known to attack humans unless provoked. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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These beasts can reach up to almost 20 feet, but can be friendly to humans. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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Brazilian diver Kadu Pinheiro visited the Neal Watson Scuba Diving Center for these stunning photos. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/TerrenceTanaka/Mi Montiero
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Great hammerhead sharks are critically endangered according to the IUCN Red list. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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It is not just hammerheads that Kadu feeds... BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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Sphyrna mokarran (great hammerheads) are found in warm temperature and tropical waters. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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While they are critically endangered, great hammerheads produce a litter of up to 55 pups every two years. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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Feeding tigers and great whites are also favourites of Kadu. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro
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The great hammerhead shark is heavily overfished, which are extremely valuable on Asian markets as the main ingredient of shark fin soup. BAHAMAS: DAREDEVIL diver reveals how he uses BLOOD to attract sixteen-foot-long hammerheads and compares them to WILD dogs. Awesome images show brave divers feeding frozen fish to some very happy great hammerhead sharks. You can see right down the gullets of these gorgeous apex predators. One photo even shows a scuba diver caressing the skin of the shark, just inches away from putting their hand in its mouth. Director of communication and marketing and photographer, Kadu Pinheiro (46) from S?o Paulo, Brazil, took these shark shots off the island of Bimini, Bahamas. The snapper, who has over 4,000 followers on Instagram, uses a Nikon D500 with an Aquatica housing kit and Tokina 10-17mm lens. mediadrumworld.com/KaduPinheiro/@kadupinheiro

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