Los Cabos Whale Sharks
The warm waters of Southern Baja California have long attracted some of the oldest and largest species on the planet, thousands of years before tourists began streaming to Los Cabos to see them during the fall and winter months of mid-October to March. And while whale sharks possess names that distinguish them as very large (whale) and potentially dangerous (sharks) they are undoubtedly very tame, non-aggressive, colossal creatures of the sea.
First recorded as a species of the sea in April 1829 after its first documented appearance in Table Bay, South Africa, the whale shark is known to reach lengths in size of up to 30 or 40 feet long and weigh anywhere up to 60 thousand lbs. They are...
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