Triton Spotted in Tonga

Oct 21, 2019 by To the Triton

Attorney Jim Perry of Perry & Neblett in Fort Lauderdale took his Triton all the way to the Kingdom of Tonga for a swim with the humpback whales. He sent a rare look at The Triton underwater on a dive, and even though we can’t see his face and the whales did not cooperate for a photo, it is worth a post from Swallows Cave, Vavau, Tonga.

“I guess that I should have taken a better photographer with me,” he quipped in an email.

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