Because there are so many Whale Sharks at Isla Mujeres, it can actually be quite hard to keep out of their way. Therefore it's important to be situationally aware at all times which is most easily done by turning around 360 degrees every now and then. Doing this also helps to not miss one of them swimming past metres behind you...
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Animals, Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Carpet Sharks (Orectolobiformes), Cartilaginous Fishes (Chondrichthyes), Diving, Elasmobranchii, Fish, Galeomorphi, Isla Mujeres, Mexico, Neoselachii, Ocean, Quintana Roo, Salt Water, Scuba Diving, Selachii, Sharks (Selachimorpha), Sharks and Rays (Euselachii), Tauchen, Underwater, Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus), Whale Sharks (Rhincodontidae)
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- Isla Mujeres, Mexico