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Slimy, scaly, sharp teeth, beady eyes… sharks sure sound like they are reptiles, don’t they? While they may look similar to reptiles, and even slink around in reptilian-like ways, sharks are not actually reptiles.
Whale sharks are some of the largest aquatic animals that can be found on Planet Earth. Native to tropical waters and warm climates, these gentle giants roam the world’s oceans as a reminder that not all sharks are like the blood-thirsty monster that stars in Jaws.