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    Whale sharks used to be considered a pest by fishermen in the Maldives. The fishermen use powerful lights at night to attract small baitfish and passing whale sharks would scare them all away as they hung out under the lights gulping plankton. These days a new and better formula has been devised: when a whale shark does show up, the fishermen call up the team at the resort and paying customers eagerly abandon their dinner to come swim with the biggest fish in the sea.
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    Date Uploaded: May 3, 2019
    Location: Maavah, Laamu, Maldives
    Copyright: © Henley Spiers
    Categories: Animals, Nature, Underwater