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Photo of the day (3.11.10)
The wildlife photography of Max Waugh, a.k.a. Fiznatty on Flickr has been featured on Gadling probably more than any other user. And I just couldn't pass up this one.
Max describes a Costa Rican beach:
The mouth of the Sirena River in Corcovado National Park has a nasty reputation. It empties into the Pacific Ocean and brings together some intimidating predators which scour the river and surf for easy prey. Big crocodiles come from the fresh water side while bull sharks swoop in from the ocean. Occasionally the crocs even head out into the saltwater. Recently 5 large crocs were spotted more than 3 miles from shore.
This fellow was much closer, but I did see him run headlong into a small bull shark. They both turned tail and swam in opposite directions.
I made a mental not that I wouldn't be swimming on that beach anytime soon. Apparently Max's picture came too late for one of his commenters, surfwax who wrote:
Oh my...I surfed this spot *before* finding out what you know so well. This photo is awesome, but also makes me think I was rather lucky.
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