Dive with over a hundred sharks at S.E.A Aquarium

In recent months, the S.E.A Aquarium's diving programmes have grown popular among a travel- hungry crowd. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
The shark dive is fully booked until October. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
From behind a rock, journalist Clara Lock watched three nurse sharks bask in the filtered afternoon light. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
From underwater, the silhouette of a surfer can resemble a seal or sea lion, sharks' natural prey. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
Sharks at the S.E.A Aquarium are well fed with large fish and seafood such as tuna, mackerel and squid. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
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SINGAPORE - When I was four, my kindergarten class went on an excursion to the zoo.

But I was a precocious child and my parents were afraid I would wander off and get lost, so instead they took me to the now-defunct Underwater World aquarium in Sentosa.

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