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Scientists thought few whale sharks visited Israel's Red Sea coast. They were wrong

Haaretz Tuesday, 8 September 2020 ()
New tracking system for the world’s largest species of fish reveals at least 18 whale sharks passed through the Gulf of Eilat in last two years
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