Blue Sharks are one of the most prolific shark species in the world. They are also one of the most widely spread, being found as far south as Chile, and as far north as Norway. Though they prefer cool waters, they are most often seen of the coasts of Wales, Japan, South Africa, and Canada. They are lifelong migratory creatures, traveling great distances searching for food. They are known sometimes to even migrate as far as the distance between New England all the way to South Africa. Check out some interesting facts about the species.
Emily Stevenson, co-founder of the eco-campaigners "Beach Guardian" had the incredible experience during a boat door, and described playing with them for more than 5 hours. Perfect conditions allowed them to capture the incredible situation they found themselves in.