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Ouch! This shark is suspected of taking a bite out of an orca's tail. But the whale fought back!

Ouch! This shark is suspected of taking a bite out of an orca's tail. But the whale fought back!

Whale shark and divers at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Photo by Tom Campbell. I just love these beautiful, gentle creatures.

Whale shark and divers at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Photo by Tom Campbell. I just love these beautiful, gentle creatures.

So majestic. Constantly Reminds me how small we really are. And GOD created this majestic, beautiful creature.

Mesmerizing Underwater Photos by WAYNE LEVIN

So majestic. Constantly Reminds me how small we really are. And GOD created this majestic, beautiful creature.

Yay! A use for them! Lets hunt them!-Jamie Lewton

Sharks are latest weapon in cancer fight

Big whales have stretchy nerves to help them gulp

Big whales have stretchy nerves to help them gulp

Scientists discover one of the secrets of how the world’s biggest whales engulf their own weight in water and food: the nerves in their big jaws are incredibly stretchy.

Giant Tiger Shark, ‘Big As A Great White,’ Tagged Off Hilton Head Coast

Giant Tiger Shark, ‘Big As A Great White,’ Tagged Off Hilton Head Coast

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