Hammerhead Shark in the Pyramids !!! That’s the highlight of the week, the breaking news in the diving community in Amed this week ! A (relatively young though) beautifull Hammerhead shark (Sphrynidae) has been spoted on the Pyramids dive site in Amed. Divers can have enjoyed this unusual guest on our reef during several hours from noon(ish) till the late afternoon as reported by the diving community. The event itself is rare and special enought to be mention. Hammerhead sharks usualy school during the day to turn into lonely hunter at night.
Amed area is not well known for having Hammerhead so it’s quite a big thing when it happens. The news is spreading fast and take over any topic in the divers discusions. Whatever our reef is rich of, whatever how amazing is the creature you could have seen today, every single one in the place will desperate not having been there or will obviously show their world how good it felt to hang around one of the ocean’s delicacy. These is the magic of scuba diving, you never know what can happen during a dive, you never know what unexpected creature can show up for your greatest pleasure.
For the rest, all the diversity of our area is still available and we wouldn’t like to have all these species being jealous of single individua, hammerhead shark or not. Twofish Divers Amed is still happy to show you all the rest of the marine life, like the boring mimic octopuses or the ridiculously small pigmy seahorse only to name these. Visit us in Amed and let our ocean surprise you.