Ever wonder what you’ll see while cold water diving? Check out some of incredible marine life that Walter Chung has encountered while diving in San Diego, California: sea lions, Mola Mola, butterfly ray, halibut, angel shark, bat ray, sheep crab, horn shark, swellshark, giant sea bass, and a 7 gill shark. In addition, there are three types of marine life shown that are beyond their normal habitat as they are usually found in warmer tropical waters: the triggerfish, the green sea turtle and the pacific seahorses.
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