NOTHING could be considered typical! This video is from a one day whale shark expedition - no exceptions. We swam with four separate whale sharks, we saw manta rays, lagoon rays, leopard whip rays, eagle rays, humpback whale mother calf pairs, dugongs, green and loggerhead turtles, queenfish, estuary cod, seabirds, bait balls, hammerhead sharks, and grey, black tip and white tip reef shark. Quite an unbelievable list of unique, rare, endangered and threatened marine biodiversity really. This is precisely what makes Ningaloo globally significant. It represents a unique opportunity for scientific discovery by our team of marine scientists, divers, surfers and seafarers. Not only will you get to witness this incredible marine environment for yourself but you will be on board witnessing fundamental research on the biology and ecology of these animals. You will be doing something that is almost impossible to imagine whilst directly contributing towards sustaining the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and all the animals that call this place home. So jump in; there is nowhere else like it in the world.

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