Whale sharks are filter feeders, which means that they eat massive amounts of tiny crustaceans, plankton and other small organisms. They have specialized passive filter structures in their mouths that allow sea water to ... More »

Great white sharks do not eat killer whales, and it is, in fact, the other way around. Research has shown that the screams of killer whales have been known to drive away marine life, like great white sharks, hammerheads ... More »

The average length of a whale shark is 18 to 32 feet long. They weigh around 20.6 tons. This incredible size makes whale sharks the largest fish in the sea. More »

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Whale sharks live in the open ocean where they feed on plankton, schooling fishes, jellyfish, small crustaceans and squid. Whale sharks up to approximately 3 feet in length are eaten by blue marlin, blue sharks, great wh... More »

Gray whales eat a wide variety of crustaceans, such as ghost shrimp and amphipods, along with many other organisms, including polychaete worms, herring eggs and animal larvae. They feed off the ocean bottom, sucking in a... More »

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Killer whales eat a wide range of large animals, including seals, sea lions, smaller whales, bony fish, sharks, cephalopods, sea turtles and otters. They are the apex predators of the oceans, swallowing smaller prey whol... More »

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Depending upon the species, sharks rely upon a diverse range of feeding techniques to consume a wide variety of marine organisms that include large creatures with a high fat content, such as seals, and smaller aquatic li... More »

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