The whale shark, like the world's second largest fish, the basking shark, is a filter feeder.Â In order to eat, the beast juts out its formidably sized jaws and passivelyÂ filters everything in its path.Â The mechanism is theorized to be a technique called â€œcross-flow filtration,â€ similar to some bony fish and baleen whales.
|Dimensions||approx. 22 x 10 x 5,5 cm|
|recommended minimum age||3+|
|Weight incl. Packaging||0,19 kg|