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ARKive: Whale Shark

Did you know that not all sharks are dangerous?
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Did you know that not all sharks are dangerous? Aid your students in recognizing International Whale Shark Day on August 30th and and with discovering the docile nature of the whale shark species. Through numerous videos, a slideshow, photo collections, and an immense collection of researched content, students will learn the true peaceful nature of the endangered whale sharks

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