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A low molecular weight type-II collagenous polypeptide (CIIp) from whale shark (WS) cartilage was prepared by thermolysin… Expand While shark-based tourism is a rapidly growing global industry, there is ongoing controversy about the effects of provisioning on… Expand The Vulnerable (IUCN) whale shark spans warm and temperate waters around the globe. However, their present-day and possible… Expand Whale sharks attract large numbers of tourists, divers and snorkelers each year to South Ari Atoll in the Republic of Maldives… Expand This study presents genetic evidence that whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, are comprised of at least two populations that rarely… Expand The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is the largest extant species of fish, belonging to the order Orectolobiformes. It is listed as… Expand This study represents the first description of whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, occurring at a provisioning site in Oslob, Cebu… Expand The use of a coastal estuary by bonnethead sharks, Sphyrna tiburo, was examined by acoustic monitoring, gillnet sampling and tag… Expand A stray whale shark Rhincodon typus was caught
accidentally from the Gulf of Mannar and was landed
at Periyathalai on 27th… Expand Stray individuals of the Whale shark
Rhincodon typus (Smith) are caught occasionally
along the Gulf of Mannar coast. On 15th… Expand