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Whale shark visits shores off Rockingham | VIDEO | The Esperance Express

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A six-metre long whale shark has ventured far from home giving Rockingham swimmers a rare sighting.

It was seen swimming in Cockburn Sound on Thursday afternoon.

The whale shark is the largest fish in the world and usually inhabits waters more than 1000 kilometres north in Ningaloo, making this a very rare sighting for swimmers.

Rockingham Wildlife Encounters took to their Facebook page saying the experience took their breath away.

Whale shark visits shores off Rockingham | VIDEO

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A six-metre long whale shark has ventured far from home giving Rockingham swimmers a rare sighting. It was seen swimming in Cockburn Sound…



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