Koh Phi Phi sharks are at the top of the food chain… or are they? Certainly the black tip reef shark is a traditional predator eating mullet and squid. But what about the Whale shark eating plankton and the Leopard eating crustacians and what not. I’m not any kind of biologist but plankton and crabs dont sound like the massive killer predator that so many fear.
Koh Phi Phi sharks are harmless but are an impressive sight. The Black tip reef shark skims over the shallows darting this way and that in search of his morning meal. The whale shark glides majestically through the oceans deep, their size dwarfing any diver encounter. Finally the leopard shark sits on the sandy bottom defying all other marine life with it’s powerful body and size.
There are many shark experiences and adventures to be had on Phi Phi and the article outlines where to go and when. Check it out…..
Koh Phi Phi sharks are a big draw to anyone interested in diving, snorkeling or swimming the sea or coral reefs. They are also the stuff of fear and phobias so the whale shark, leopard shark and black tip reef shark stir the imagination of many who come to the islands. To read more and like go to Koh Phi Phi sharks