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Diver photographing a Whaleshark : Stock Photo
Rhincodon typus. The largest fish in the ocean and it eats mostly plankton, which is comprised of some of the smallest animals and plants in the sea. Harmless but can be curious. Grows to 40-45 feet.

Diver photographing a Whaleshark

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Rhincodon typus. The largest fish in the ocean and it eats mostly plankton, which is comprised of some of the smallest animals and plants in the sea. Harmless but can be curious. Grows to 40-45 feet.
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