BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a pig on pig island. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

By Mark McConville

BAHAMAS: A REAL-LIFE Miss Doolittle has been showing off her unique relationship with the animal kingdom in a series of stunning selfies.

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a turtle. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

Awesome underwater pictures show the 23-year-old diver cosying up to a range of animals including turtles, stingray and sharks.

The blonde shows she also has the gift of the gab with land animals as she cuddles up to cute pigs and lizards.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a pig on pig island. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

The sunny selfies were taken in the Bahamas by Stuart’s Cove dive instructor and native of the island, Amelia Klonaris – who beat depression by embracing her incredible beach paradise lifestyle.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a turtle. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“I love capturing moments and being able to look back on them,” she said.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“I love all types of photography, mostly underwater or anywhere on the water.

“Being underwater is like being in a whole different world.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with an underwater wrecked aircraft. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“It’s very peaceful and you interact with some pretty cool animals.”

But all has not been plain sailing for beach babe Amelia. She revealed how she faced tough times while studying business in Trinity College, Dublin before learning to become a dive guide.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a pig on pig island. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“When I was in high school I never was good in school but I went on to college,” said Amelia.

“I had this idea in my head that I was supposed to go into business just like all my friends were doing.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a stingray. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“I became super depressed and went through a hard
time.

“But then I moved back home and started all of my diving courses.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris with a shoal of fish. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“I went on to becoming and instructor. I am finally doing what I love and I am the happiest I’ve ever been.

 

BAHAMAS: Amelia Klonaris from behind. Amelia Klonaris / mediadrumworld.com

“My message for young people would be to find your niche and do what you love.

“Life is too short to be unhappy.”

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