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He knew that sharks often followed ships, just to collect the garbage jettisoned a couple of times each day, and he couldn’t think of any other solution. It didn’t matter, anyway. The sharks were about. Somehow they had to get into their boat. He put his communicator in place. “We go up to 100 feet. Slow. Do not get close to each other. We should not bang tanks or make strange noise. Sharks are curious. I lead. ” The five strung out on the buoy line. Rick finned upward, keeping an eye on the sharks.

The reds had filtered out, leaving the underwater world a dark blue-green. Jan’s red suit looked black. Rick held up thumb and forefinger closed in a circle, and Jan gave him the signal back, indicating that she was fine. She pointed. Rick turned and saw a small school of fish passing. They looked like jack mackerel. Rick looked up. He could just see Barby, silhouetted against the light coming from the surface. He waved, and she waved back. Good. She could see Jan, then, and be ready to swim down if an emergency should develop and Jan summoned her by banging on her air tank with her knife handle.

Dick and Jan were waiting at the 100-foot level. The reds had filtered out, leaving the underwater world a dark blue-green. Jan’s red suit looked black. Rick held up thumb and forefinger closed in a circle, and Jan gave him the signal back, indicating that she was fine. She pointed. Rick turned and saw a small school of fish passing. They looked like jack mackerel. Rick looked up. He could just see Barby, silhouetted against the light coming from the surface. He waved, and she waved back. Good.

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