Where is a better place to see a Whale shark than Exmouth, Australia? Being the largest fish and an endangered species, Whale Shark made it into my bucket list and its this summer in Exmouth, I was very fortunate to swim and monitor this massive filter-feeding shark. 182 more words
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Aquariums, zoos, marine parks, and certain tourist attractions have allowed people to interact with rare wildlife. Amazing as these attractions are, we cannot deny the fact that these animals are housed and presented in a controlled, if not artificial, environment. 2,645 more words
Imagine being in a small boat in the middle of the ocean. Out of nowhere emerges a massive shark the size of a school bus with 3,000 teeth. 900 more words
Guests aboard a catamaran cruise off the Napali Coast on Kauai earlier this month got an experience they will never forget.
The sightseeing tour stumbled across an awe-inspiring sight. 225 more words
Our trip to Isla Mujeres, Mexico to swim with whale sharks was all we hoped it would be. The visibility here is better than some other locations as whale sharks come to Isla Mujeres to feed on Bonito (tuna) eggs which are clear, unlike other areas in the world where they feed on plankton. 213 more words