Now Seriously, if a whale shark were to eat a human, it would be similar to your 90 year old grandma trying to chew on a medium rare stake with out her dentures in. She is going to bruise the hell out of that state, but you and I know – it ain’t gonna happen.
Get it … Whale Sharks don’t have any teeth, at lease any useful teeth, unlike there smaller cousins.
Whale sharks are filter feeders and although they do have teeth, they don’t have anything do to with how they consume there food.
A Whale Shark’s diet mainly consist of tiny animals including zoo-plankton, jellyfish, small bait fish, squid, and fish eggs.
Whale sharks can be found in Belizean waters throughout the year. However, predicting where they’re going to be is very hard, because there main food do not stay in one location.
But, in the months of March, April, May, and June predicting where the are going to be gets a bit easier. This is because during these months, around the full moon, huge schools of Caribbean fish come to Gladden Split to release their eggs.
Whale Sharks then come from all over to feed on these eggs, especially does of the Cubera Snappers.
So, there you have it. When your Whale Shark diving or Snorkeling with us there’s no need to worry about being eaten by a whale sharks.