Whale shark

The whale shark is the largest species of fish in the world, typically growing to lengths of 8-10 m, with larger specimens growing over 12 m long. They engage in seasonal migration and can be found in tropical and subtropical ocean waters throughout the world. They have a calm disposition and feed mainly on plankton, such as krill. They will suck ocean water into their mouths and filter it out through their gills, leaving behind the krill to eat.

Scientific Name
Rhincodon typus
Order: Orectolobiformes, Family: Rhincodontidae
Tropical and temperate oceans throughout the world