There are great white sharks in Pensacola from possibly around late November through to April, when the waters off the coast off Pensacola in the Gulf of Mexico drop to the preferred water temperature for great white sharks, which is between 12-24°C (54-75 °F).
White Shark Café is in the Pacific Ocean about half way between Baja California coast and Hawaii. Great white sharks from the Farallon Islands near San Francisco, Mexico’s Guadalupe Island and Hawaii migrate along the Great White Highway to this deep ocean zone and reside there from April to July.
The similarities between snorkeling and scuba diving are they both require a mask, snorkel and fins, together with an exposure suit to match the water temperature. Both allow you to enjoy the underwater world and are taught by all major diving organisations.
The Great White Highway is a migration route that runs approximately 1,250 miles into the Pacific Ocean, roughly half way to Hawaii. The Great White Highway begins on Mexico’s Baja coast and California’s coast and runs west to White Shark Café, where great white sharks gather from April to July.
You can open your eyes in the ocean, and surprisingly the salt water doesn’t sting, but its very blurry underwater without wearing a mask. But what can happen if you open your eyes in the ocean with sand sediment, the sand can get in your eyes and this can hurt.
Sharks prefer fish blood vs human blood and they are nearly 17 times more likely to be attracted to fish blood vs mammal blood, which in the experiment was cow blood. But the blood of mammals is very similar across all mammal species, which means that cow blood is similar to human blood.