2. Thresher Sharks AKA Sea Foxes
Thresher Sharks are easily identifiable by the exceptionally long upper lobe of their tail, which can be the same size as the rest of the shark, which may be why they earned the moniker Sea Fox. This shy shark can oftentimes be seen jumping straight up out of the water like a dolphin; a mesmerising, if slightly bewildering, sight. They can grow up to 6 metres long and weigh up to 340 kg.
Fuvahmulah is one of the rare places where you can see Thresher sharks in their natural habitats, as they really are difficult to approach and very shy creatures. They are not as frequently sighted as Tiger Sharks, so make sure to tell your dive master if you want to see this shark during your dive, and they will make sure to take you to the secret spots.
Pelagic Dive Fuvahmulah