Did you know ?

Whale sharks have thousands of tiny teeth, each less than 6mm, arranged in more than 300 rows but they feed by taking water into their mouths and straining the food through their gills. They can open their mouths to a huge width.

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We have tried to capture the best moments to showcase the amazing experience you will have with Three Islands Whale Shark Dive. Take your time and enjoy the amazing photos and video. If you fancy booking a trip we offer a secure booking form to keep your details secure as well as a 'No Sighting' policy to ensure you are well looked after.

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