The annual whaleshark aggregation off Isla Mujeres, Mexico is a relatively newly discovered phenomenon amongst underwater photographers and offers the opportunity to encounter 200 - 300 whalesharks feeding on krill and bonito eggs in an area the size of a few football fields. A spectacular time was had with these magnificent and gentle giants of the ocean.



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Whaleshark Aggregation, Isla Mujeres, August 2012
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