Descending on the mooring line, you are directed to a small sand patch just in front of a low coral wall. Some sharks are already there anticipating the fish carried in a closed bucket by the handler.
These sharks of the Requiem species, are beautiful animals that can reach 10 feet in length, but they are rarely seen on the reef by divers. Although an apex predator they are normally shy, and can easily avoid scuba enthusiasts.
As the dive progresses more sharks arrive swimming around in front of, and even over you just a few feet away! The low coral behind you is conveniently placed to keep the “show” out front. As the sharks seem to speed up and get a bit impatient, the handler opens the bucket, and you will understand the term; “Feeding Frenzy”.