1. Mollie Clough

    OMG…that’s amazing…kinda scary too!

    1. Jody Fraser

      Only scary cuz the water clarity was marginal and they move haphazardly. Nevertheless, a surreal experience!

  2. Roger Dunn

    Wow! Thanks.

    1. Jody Fraser

      Our pleasure! 😉

  3. Pam Ellsworth


  4. Pam Ellsworth

    Amazing. Beautiful!!!

    1. Jody Fraser

      Totally. Amazing and beautiful!

  5. Steven Ellsworth

    Randy, don’t just stand there…jump in!

    1. Jody Fraser

      Ha! We swam with others, but this one’s arrival was a surprise!

  6. Chris

    Looks like a good blow is coming with TS Lidia. Hopefully it is non-event for you by the time it gets to the Northern sea.

    1. Jody Fraser

      Yes! TS Lidia was tame compared to Irma – thankfully!

  7. Flea

    Whoa! What…no swimin with this one 😎

  8. steve montgomery

    Hi Jody
    How great is that!!! Wish I were there.
    I thought you might jump in with the creature and take a ride?
    Looks like you could swim into its gaping mouth and back out without touching the sides!!
    Maybe next time??…..
    Sounds like you are having a blast!!
    Keep it up.
    Steve Montgomery

    1. Jody Fraser

      SJM!! So nice to “see” you on our blog! Glad you’re enjoying our adventures, as are we! Yay! Hope all is well in your world!

  9. Cousin Rob!

    Incredible footage of the Whale Shark! I was able to get in a tank and swim with the two we have here at the Georgia Aquarium and it was an experience of a lifetime. They’re actually quite gentle! Saw your parent at Little Point Sable last weekend. They look fantastic and I love their energy. I asked for your blog link so I’m glad to be following you now. You’re living my (and many others I’m sure) dream!

    1. Jody Fraser

      FUN!!! Great to hear from you! Loving our adventures with whale sharks!

  10. Coralie & Joe Burgess

    Way cool! At maybe 10 – 15 feet, that one is a precious little guy/girl. Whale sharks grow to as big as 41.5 feet long (41000 lbs.). They are the biggest living fish in the sea. They eat only plankton & small fish. No people admitted!

  11. Coralie & Joe Burgess

    On second viewing maybe 20 – 30 feet! Still precious!

    1. Jody Fraser

      Sooooo cool, Coralie! Seeing and swimming with these guys was definitely a huge highlight of our summer. They’re amazing creatures!

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