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The Mail Online - Say aaaaahhh! How world’s biggest shark (thankfully) finds small fry like humans hard to swallow

October 1, 2011

It's got jaws that could easily swallow a diver whole - but thankfully humans are definitely not on the menu for this monster of the deep.

 

The whale shark is the largest shark in the world, growing up to 40ft long with a mouth that's 4ft 9ins wide. But despite their enormous size, they have no teeth and live almost entirely on microscopic plankton.

Fearless Devon photographer Warren Baverstock captured these amazing images while working with a scientific survey team in the Indian Ocean, just north of Somalia.

 

to view the article in its entirity - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2043235/Worlds-biggest-shark-finds-small-fry-like-humans-hard-swallow.html

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