A friend of photographer Jorge Cervera Hauser freedives along side a huge bait ball of Baja, Mexico.
A whale shark glides gracefully through the water as it feeds on tiny plankton close to Isla Contoy in Mexico
Curios by nature, a loggerhead turtle investigates the camera and its own reflection off Baja, Mexico.
A female sea lion works a sardine bait ball, waiting for the chance to collect a snack off Baja in Mexico.
A lemon shark swims below Hauser as he freedives in the Bahamas
Even in the ocean you can find crocs resting around islands
This extremely rare smooth hammerhead came by in Baja, Mexico, to show us her impressive size and in-your-face attitude.
Hovering on the edge of the dark depths, this silky shark swam smoothly and silently beneath Hauser in the early morning 30 miles out in the open ocean off Baja, Mexico
A pod of spotted and bottlenose dolphins playing in the Bahamas
The top predator of the ocean, this 14 foot Great White shark proved to be a fantastic model in the water of Isla Guadalupe, Mexico
A Grey Reef Shark swimming near the surface in the Bahamas.
A very friendly bottlenose dolphin playing in the waves near Isla Mujeres, Mexico.
While no one can deny the beauty of the Lion Fish, this one photographed in the Bahamas is an invasive species in the Americas.
A male sea lion picks his target from among the offerings in a sardine bait ball off Baja, Mexico
An impressive school of Jacks in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico
A stingray burrows into the sand on the ocean floor near Xcalak, Mexico
Dolphins play in the water beneath a diving and research boat in the Bahamas