”Through his body man is able to place himself for the time being in connection with things; through his soul he retains in himself the impressions they make on him; through his spirit there reveals itself to him what the things retain for themselves.
Only when we observe man in these three aspects can we hope to throw light on his whole being, because they show him to be related in a threefold way to the rest of the world. ” – Rudolf Steiner: The Way of Initiation: How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
There are over 400 different species of sharks! And one of the most common species you'll see on a pelagic dive with @OneOceanDiving are Galapagos sharks (scientifically known as Carcharhinus galapagensis) ! 😍🦈 These beauties average between 10-12 feet in length, the females often larger than the males. Unfortunately, these sharks are considered Near Threatened, believed primarily due to shark finning & various forms of fishing (shark fishing, longline fishing, bycatch). Like all sharks, Galapagos sharks play a role in keeping the ocean healthy and balanced. Therefore, it's incredibly important that we 1) see sharks for who they REALLY are and 2) do whatever we can to protect them. 💙#SaveSharks#SaveTheOcean#ApexPredatorNotMonster#oneoceanglobal