The world’s second largest fish (20-36ft/ 6-11m) ), the basking shark is protected in several different countries. In summer it swims open-mouthed at the surface, filtering plankton. Every hour, the shark passes up to 395,000 (1.5 million liters) of seawater through the huge gills the encircle its head. Its liver runs the length of the abdominal cavity and its filled with oil to aid buoyancy.
En vez de ver fotos de gatos lean y aprecien a el El tiburón peregrino (Cetorhinus maximus)