Whale sharks not related to whales, but they are the largest fish in the world. Although they are sharks, they are very docile and pose no real threats to humans.
Whale sharks have about 3,000 tiny teeth (less than 6mm long) but they don’t use those teeth to eat. They're filter feeders and sieve plankton through their gills for much of their nourishment. They also sieve squid, krill, and small fish.
The species is considered endangered by the IUCN due to the impacts of commercial fisheries.
Each of our Whale Sharks is sculpted individually, keeping 9 flip-flops out of our oceans and landfills. Actual design and colors will vary. Not for children under age 3.