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Habitat: From close inshore to offshore at depths of 1,600 feet or greater
Size: Approximately 32 feet; second in size only to the whale shark
Note: The basking shark is often seen lying near the surface of the water with its dorsal and caudal fins exposed or with its belly up.
Basking sharks are filter feeders with tiny teeth.