On our dive trips, we expect to see sharks at Koh Bida, but in recent years, we haven’t seen many at Koh Haa. This season, we have been lucky to have a number of sightings of leopard sharks at Koh Haa.
As some of you may know, we are working with the Spot the Leopard Shark project, which is a monitoring program being run by Dr Christine Dudgeon from the University of Queensland, Australia.
Recently, we had an amazing encounter with an adult male who was around 2 metres in length. One of our divers,
It is important to discover the sex of the shark. If you look between the pectoral fin and the tail, and see a clasper, you can identify the shark as a male. The absence of a clasper would indicate a female shark.
We will continue to submit photos and hope that we will find a new shark to add to the database.