Whale Sharks

The largest discovered Whale Shark was 41.5 feet long.

Even though "shark" is in their name, Whale Sharks are more like a whale and a shark. They filter feed on plankton just like whales and are no threat to humans. Even though they do filter feed, they have about 300 to 350 rows of teeth used for feeding. Whale Sharks were discovered in 1828 and are currently on the endangered species list.

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Whale Shark
Whale Shark

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