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Most people try to stay away from sharks but this model is posing with them. Photographer Ken Kiefer had his wife Kimberly pose with a school of sharks on a shipwreck in Nassau, Bahamas. Not only did she model for these stunning photographs, she had to hold her breath in-between pictures until a diver could swim by with a breathing regulator to give her oxygen. Now that is a serious commitment. 

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