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To mark International Shark Day, Qatar Tourism has captured striking imagery of one of the world’s largest migrations of the endangered whale shark

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updated: Aug 30, 2021 09:00 EDT


To mark International Shark Day on 30 August, Qatar Tourism captured striking imagery of one of the world’s largest migrations of the endangered whale shark off the northeast coast of Qatar. Every year the whale sharks congregate in Qatari waters to fine-dine on tuna eggs, essentially caviar, enjoying the cooler waters off the Arabian Gulf. Photo Credit: Qatar Tourism / Photographer Azzam Al Mannai, Qatar

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