Encounter of P-102

An encounter is a sighting of a single animal at a specific location and time. Learn more.

Location

Description: Donsol, Philippines
Location ID: 6a1
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Water depth: Unknown

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Identity

Identified as: P-102

Matched by: Unknown

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Contact Information

Submitters

Anke Kuehner

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Metadata

Number: 7112008151447

Date created:2008-11-07
Date last edited:  2008-12-14

Workflow state: approved

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Managing researcher: 

Jason Holmberg

Affiliation: Wild Me

Research Project: Wildbook

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"Jason is a founder of Wildbook for Whale Sharks and its Information Architect."


Measurements

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Date

2008-03-04 11:00
Verbatim Event Date: None

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Attributes

Taxonomy Rhincodon typus 

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Status: alive

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Sex: unknown

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Noticeable scarring:  None

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Behavior:  None

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Group Role:  None

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Additional comments:
Hello there,
I spent a week at Donsol in the Philippines from March 3rd - March 9th 2008. I can't tell the exact date of the sightings, we saw the whalesharks in the morning until around midday. I went on a tour twice, both times there was a person with us from the WWF. I'll send you all the pictures I've got so you pick the ones that are best for you. I hope I could be of some help for the identification of the sharks. Good luck and all the best, thank you for your dedication to the world's creatures. Best regards,
Anke from Germany

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Spot Matching Algorithms (Modified Groth and I3S)

Extracted Spots

23 left-side spots added.

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