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Big Barsking Shark

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli The Basking Shark The shark eats at or close to the surface. They eat small fish and invertebrates from up to 2,000 short tons (1,800 t) of water per hour. The largest accurately-measured specimen was trapped in a herring net in the Bay of Fundy, Canada in 1851 Its total length was 12.27 metres (40.3 ft), and it weighed an estimated 19 tonnes the basking sharks were proved that they are are active all year round since 2003 ] In winter, basking sharks move to depths of up to 900 metres (3,000 ft) to feed on deep-water plankton.
This is a male basking shark this is a female basking shark
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