Liveaboard Life: The Okeanos Aggressor I and Okeanos Aggressor II
Why did UNESCO choose Cocos Island National Park as a World Heritage Site? It is the only island in the tropical eastern Pacific, and it provides critical marine habitats — deep waters pumped with nutrients from life-giving currents — for large pelagic fish, including the planet’s biggest — the whale shark — as well as schools of hammerhead sharks, yellowfin tuna and manta rays.
Diving in Cocos with Aggressor Adventures
Our adventurous divers returning in the panga from their latest dive in Cocos. I think one gentleman is saying he saw a hammerhead (based on his hand positions on his head)! What do you think?