A colossal basking shark, rarely seen in oceans globally, has been spotted is by Oceanographers by the aid of satellite in France.
SATELLITE DETECTED A BASKING SHARK:
The Basking Shark, which happens to be the world’s second largest aquatic beast.
The Basking Shark is also known as Cetorhinus Maximus is 35 feet, is significantly hunted for its broad fins.
TOTAL POPULATION OF BASKING SHARKS:
Populations of the basking shark, however, dropped globally in the 20th century, and the species has battled to increase in their community, following its reproduction rates which are extremely slow.
According to Alexandra Rohr, the basking shark happen to be the most mysterious sea giants he has seen. “It’s a shark that remains very mysterious,”
Despite their size and menacing appearance, basking sharks are not aggressive and are harmless to human beings. Says Rohr.