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    Is it a whale? It is a shark? - All you need to know about this awesome creature!

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    • sally s

      Infographic: Whale Shark | One World One Ocean #whaleshark #fish #whales #marinemammals #oceananimals http://www.oneworldoneocean.com/blog/entry/infographic_whale_shark Journey to the South Pacific IMAX 2013

    • Matthew Rawlings

      Protecting #WhaleSharks Infographic by One World One Ocean<

    • Sylvia Vinson

      The whale shark has distinctive light-yellow markings (random stripes and dots) on its very thick dark gray skin. Its skin is up to 4 inches (10 cm) thick. There are three prominent ridges running along each side of the sharks body

    • Laura Vanderbeek

      Protecting #WhaleSharks Infographic by One World One Ocean. Ban shark fin collecting. Promote scuba diving with them. Mutually beneficial.

    • Evalynn Dolores

      Protecting #WhaleSharks Infographic by One World One Ocean // I LOVE WHALE SHARKS SO MUCH. <3

    • Wild Selections Seafood

      Is it a whale or a shark? Learn all about the Whale Shark in this #infographic

    • Stephanie Lawson

      Protecting Whale Sharks Infographic I <3 whale sharks!

    • Bronze Yu

      #Infographic: Whale Shark | One World One Ocean

    • Sarah Storm

      Whale Shark Infographic

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