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Teddy Graeme

Ningaloo Outlook Whale Shark tracking

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Track of an 8 metre long male Whale Shark named "Teddy Graeme".

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Species: Whale Shark
Life Stage: Sub-Adult
Gender: Male
Release Date: 2017-06-05 13:12:00
Release Location: Ningaloo Reef
Last Location: 2017-08-19 14:58:44

Background

This 8 metre long male Whale Shark was named "Teddy Graeme". His daughter would like to name this shark after him for being the best Dad in the world and also for being a Boofhead! Graeme and his family continue to enjoy the magnificent Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range National Park.


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