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Barry Lee
Barry Lee • 2 years ago

The Basking Shark of the Pacific was recently placed onto the species watch list.This graceful giant grows up to 30' long and opens its mouth to filter krill out of the water with "gill rakers". Its tiny teeth only this size of half of a grain of rice!

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