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Photographer murad ertaylan  murad ertaylan {Karma:1234}
Project #48 Your Best Pictures Camera Model Olympus
Categories Wildlife
Underwater
Nature
Film Format
Portfolio Lens 1.58mm
Uploaded 4/25/2018 Film / Memory Type Digital
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Location City -  Exmouth
State -  WA
Country - Australia   Australia
About We swam with this spotted creature at Exmouth. We came as close as 3 meters to this gentle giant. Whalesharks are the biggest living shark species but totally harmless.
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murad ertaylan murad ertaylan   {K:1234} 4/27/2018
It was about a different shark species, great white! In my portfolio you can also find a photo of it labelled Jaws. I was in a cage of course ;)

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murad ertaylan murad ertaylan   {K:1234} 4/26/2018
These animals are extremely docile and even though they have teeth, they are so tiny, you can hardly see them. Funny enough, researchers are still unsure of what purpose whale shark teeth could possibly serve :-)

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Harlan Heald Harlan Heald   {K:15729} 4/26/2018
Nice action shot of this colossal shark. It is hard to believe you could get this close and live to tell about it. Applause!!!!!!

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murad ertaylan murad ertaylan   {K:1234} 4/26/2018
They suction water into their mouths at high velocities while remaining stationary. Food moves through filtering pads that cover the entrance of their throats. The filtering pads are broad mess pads full of millimeter-wide pores that act like a sieve, allowing water to pass through while capturing food particles.

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murad ertaylan murad ertaylan   {K:1234} 4/25/2018
It is called passive feeding; they filter the water and eat the krills ;-)

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