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Two Whale Sharks and a Snorkler in the Sunlight, Triton Bay, Indonesia Whale shark Rhincodon typus is the world's largest fish, which is harmless to humans. Specimen are rarely above 12 m. They are often seen offshore but coming close inshore, sometimes entering lagoons or coral atolls. The species feeds on planktonic and nektonic prey, such as small fishes (sardines, anchovies, mackerel, juvenile tunas and albacore), small crustaceans and squids. The «bagans» are traditional fishing platforms. In the Triton Bay, they are a hot spot for whale shark watching. Thats where they are often seen with the head at or near the surface when feeding, ore nearby like these specimen. The baitfishes attract the whalesharks. 
The photo was taken from 6m depth in a Bay East of Kaimana. 3°34'50.958 S 133°49'22.272 E Color Image Stock Photo
Whale shark Rhincodon typus is the world's largest fish, which is harmless to humans. Specimen are rarely above 12 m. They are often seen offshore but coming close inshore, sometimes entering lagoons or coral atolls. The species feeds on planktonic and nektonic prey, such as small fishes (sardines, anchovies, mackerel, juvenile tunas and albacore), small crustaceans and squids. The «bagans» are traditional fishing platforms. In the Triton Bay, they are a hot spot for whale shark watching. Thats where they are often seen with the head at or near the surface when feeding, ore nearby like these specimen. The baitfishes attract the whalesharks. The photo was taken from 6m depth in a Bay East of Kaimana. 3°34'50.958 S 133°49'22.272 E

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Whale shark Rhincodon typus is the world's largest fish, which is harmless to humans. Specimen are rarely above 12 m. They are often seen offshore but coming close inshore, sometimes entering lagoons or coral atolls. The species feeds on planktonic and nektonic prey, such as small fishes (sardines, anchovies, mackerel, juvenile tunas and albacore), small crustaceans and squids. The «bagans» are traditional fishing platforms. In the Triton Bay, they are a hot spot for whale shark watching. Thats where they are often seen with the head at or near the surface when feeding, ore nearby like these specimen. The baitfishes attract the whalesharks. The photo was taken from 6m depth in a Bay East of Kaimana. 3°34'50.958 S 133°49'22.272 E

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