CITES identification manual Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus Smith 1829)
Brad Norman, ECOCEAN
Marine Species Section, Environment Australia, October 2002
- Scientific Synonyms
- Common Names
- Conservation status
- Photograph of whale shark 1st dorsal fin
- Photograph of whale shark caudal fin
- Photograph of caudal fin - base
- Photograph of whale shark left pectoral fin
- Photograph of whale shark 2nd dorsal fin
- Photograph of whale shark anal fin
- Dorsal fin x-ray image
- Pectoral fin x-ray image
- Pelvic fin x-ray images
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