Answer:

A whale shark (Rhincodon typus), is the biggest shark and the largest living fish species on the Earth.

It is a large fish that reach a length up 32 feet and weighs up to 9 tons.

It is a filter feeding animal which means that it consumes mainly plankton and krill trapping them through internal filters.

 

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