Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Shark FAQ 2

How big is the biggest recorded Whale Shark?

The Guinness Book of Records has the Worlds Largest fish (a Whale Shark) recorded as 12.65 metres which is 41 feet 6 inches.

However, there are versions that whale sharks could reach 60 feet, but they are not scientifically recorded.

8 comments:

  1. 12.65 metres is about 5 storey tall building, that's awesome!

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  2. That's an awesome looking creature!

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  3. you sure ? i think that there might be a bigger one .. no ?

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  4. i dated a whale shark once...

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  5. I heard theyre very peaceful at least.

    Otherwise I'd say lets get them before they get us

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