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Great White Shark Pictures: Nature, Wilderness Photos of the Great White Shark, Alaska and Underwater Wildlife.

Great White Shark intensive contact (Carcharodon carcharias) (00010297)The broad snout of the Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is flat and chiselled. The slightly open mouth, the large eye and even the ampullae of Lorenzini are visible (00007495)African Penguin family (00003543)Wreck at the Cape Agulhas (00007024) Slideshow jostimages.com
White tern on the tree (00005664)Bull shark (00018166)Bull shark(00018188)Hump-head wrasse (00017654)
soft coral (00019566)The Great White Shark's (Carcharodon carcharias)mouth is wide open when it breaks through the dark water surface. The huge, sharp, triangular teeth are highly visible, each one of them jagged as a saw blade. (00001544)Cron of thorns starfish in the reef (00000263)Cron of thorns starfish in the reef (00000263)

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The main focus of the work of Klaus Jost is on wildlife, nature and underwater photography worldwide. Numerous
trips in the last few years have led him among other things to the big bears in the wilderness of Alaska and to
Canada. The results are photos of the nature, the wilderness, the salmons, the Brown Bears, and of the Polar Bears
of the Hudson Bay. He is extremely fascinated by the bears.


His special interest lies in the Great White Shark, Tiger Shark and Bull Shark, which are potentially dangerous to humans (any
animal could be dangerous to humans) - and the whole underwater world. Decades of experience as a marine engineer and underwater
specialist in several oceans of the world fit in very well with his work. Klaus Jost has spent almost 13,000 hours under water in large-scale
harbour construction projects alone for professional reasons, and has got to know the fauna and flora of most tropical countries very closely.
One aim of Klaus Jost is to document the types of sharks on the red list.

Especially fascinating are the photos of the albatrosses - they are flying artists, feeling extremely at home with gales and towering waves - as
well as those of the other sea birds of the oceans.

Photo and text reports of Klaus Jost were published worldwide in many large magazines, journals and newspapers (National Geographic
Deutschland, GEO, Terre Sauvage, a.m.o.).



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