Finback. The Finback whale is the second largest whale. They average 70 feet but can get larger than 85 feet! While in the ocean it is hard to get the scale of how large the animals are. So when the whale went between our boat and another boat it gave me the perfect opportunity to show off the sheer magnitude of the whale.
Cookie Cutter Shark - Isistius brasiliensis is barely twenty inches in length, but preys upon creatures from the tiniest crustacea to the largest whales. Dwelling in the dark abyss by day and ascending to the surface at night, its body dimly glows except for one small patch near its head, a contrast that disguises its shape and makes it appear much smaller than it actually is, allowing it to make a surprise attack in plain sight
Swim with the world's largest fish off the coast of Cancun! These gentle giants will give you a truly unforgettable experience of a lifetime! http://www.escapingabroad.com/blog/swim-with-whale-sharks-mexico/
Smallest Shark - Most people think of a shark as a big violent predator with very sharp teeth ranging the sea in search of food. But in fact, there are over 400 different species of sharks. Did you know that sharks are some of the most amazing and most misunderstood creatures on the planet? So, for you to understand them more, here is the list of smallest sharks ever lived in the world.