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The size of a school bus but in many ways a mystery, whale sharks continue to fascinate. Join a team of international scientists at a renowned marine sanctuary in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico and discover how we’re trying to better understand these remarkable creatures.

#OurBluePlanet is a digital project between BBC Earth and Alucia Productions. Come join the conversation over on Twitter @OurBluePlanet

This film was produced by Alucia Productions
You can watch more of their films here https://vimeo.com/aluciaproductions
Alucia Productions website: http://aluciaproductions.com/
Expedition Team:
Dr. Mauricio Hoyos: Managing Director, Pelagios Kakunja
Dr. James T. Ketchum: University of California, Davis, Graduate Student Researcher. Director of Conservation, Pelagios Kakunja
Andrea Asunsolo: Reseacher, Pelagios Kakunja
Dr. Simon Thorrold: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Senior Scientist - Biology
Manuel Castro: Local fisherman

Production Crew:
Director: David Hamlin
Director of Photography: Earl “Kip” Evans
Field Audio/2nd Camera: Rick Smith
Production Manager: Audrey Costadina
Editor: Ryan Quinn
Post Supervisor: Brian Golding
Executive Producer: Jennifer Hile
Creative Director: Mark Dalio

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