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The whale shark has gotten its name for its bus-size dimensions. Unlike whales however, it's not a mammal but a collossal fish, the biggest in the ocean.
Among Yucatan wildlife are many endangered animals and plants, listed in various categories of the IUCN Red List of endangered species, like sea turtles, spider monkeys and whalesharks.
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