The Basking Shark (Cetorhinus Maximus)

The basking shark can filter out about 1800 tonnes of water per hour food

The basking shark can filter out food from approx. 1800 tons of water per hour.
Also the basking shark except other sharks benefited up to 10 meters with his enormous body length from the food riches of flat seas. The basking shark reaches a weight up to four tonnes and is the second largest fish in the world next to the whale shark. The basking shark swims in the North Sea into, um…

He is spotted Helgoland around, though it there with far flow cracked up mouth water through its gills. In cold up in the warm temperate waters of the giant fish follow each plankton offer. The basking shark as an endangered species is classified by scientists.

Brave woman swims with the giant shark at eye level.

Fact sheet of the basking shark
-the giant shark, the largest fish in the world reaches a body length up to 10 m (average length 6,70 to 8.80 meters) and weigh up to about four tons
-the food consists of plankton, small animal organisms that float freely in the water
-Basking sharks have a pretty solid dark gray to blackish skin, the back is darker than the bottom
-have broad pectoral fins, two dorsal fins the first is significantly greater than a few pelvic fins, an anal fin, a sickle-like caudal fin
-the giant shark has a long conical and tapered snout which extends beyond the mouth, small eyes
Habitat basking shark
Basking sharks visit the cold temperate warm waters and follow the food supply (plankton), they take long hikes often in schools and are active during the day
Reproduction of basking shark
-After mating, the females of the coastal waters move away, it is assumed that the gestation period lasts more than one year
Basking sharks give birth to living young to the world which hatch from eggs, have been incubated in the mother’s womb, and open before the birth, it is assumed that only a few pups are born.

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10 Sharks Protected From Fishing in American Waters ...

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Panoramio

Panoramio

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Basking Shark

Basking Shark

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File:Cetorhinus maximus atlantic.jpg

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Opinions on Basking shark

Opinions on Basking shark

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Before Giant Plankton-Feeding Sharks, there were Giant …

Before Giant Plankton-Feeding Sharks, there were Giant ...

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File:Britannica Shark Basking Shark.png

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Basking Shark

Basking Shark

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Whale sharks can fuck right off! : thalassophobia

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Northern Lights Photography: juni 2011

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Devil Shark

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Zoo 322 lab

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Riesenhai

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Shark Mouth Pictures on Animal Picture Society

Shark Mouth Pictures on Animal Picture Society

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Ujung Kulon National Park

Ujung Kulon National Park

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Basking Shark Scotland

Basking Shark Scotland

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Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia, Turkey

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Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona, United States

Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona, United States

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Mamun

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