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Kayaker paddles near enormous rare shark



In this video we see a kayaker off the coast of Panama City, Florida caught on video paddling near an enormous basking shark. Basking sharks are the second largest fish in the world, second only to the whale shark and can grow to 33 feet long and weigh up to four tons.

Kayaker/Adventurer Josh Reeves works for a shark tour guide company, so when he saw a rare "basking shark" off the Panama City Coast, "he couldn't believe it" reports KTLA.com.

Filed under: North America, United States, Travel Trivia, Caribbean, Travel Security

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