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GOOGLEMAP WHALESHARKS

DIVING boffins fired harpoons into 30-foot-long whale sharks in a bid to put the sea-beasts on Google Maps. These may be 30 tonne whoppers - but that doesn't mean the movements of whale sharks don't remain a mystery. Pictures show brave marine scientists tagging the huge fish with harpoons to track their 8,000 mile journeys through the sea at depths of up to 3,000-feet. Underwater photographer Peter Verhoog, from Holland teamed up with Dr Mark Meekan of the Australian Institute of Marine Science to cover the underwater research project in Ningaloo Reef, 800-miles off the coast of Western Australia

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