Description of the Basking Shark The basking shark is the second largest fish in the sea, reaching a maximum size of at least 33 feet 10 meters in length.
The pups are fully developed sharks when they are born and can reach lengths of up to five feet.
To contradict, humans affect sharks in many ways such as entanglement, pollution, and harassment.
Overfishing in the last century decimated the basking shark population worldwide.
New York City is considered the cultural and financial capital of the world.
It spends most of it life in deep water, where it feeds on anything they can find, from crabs to other sharks.