The official said, “Our juvenile whale shark has returned to Al Raha after last being seen there one week ago."
The video shows the person in the Saudi region of Yanbu, jumping on a whale shark.
A humpback whale has found its way back to sea weeks after it got lost in a murky, crocodile-infested river in northern Australia.
Australian officials on Thursday began planning the grim task of disposing of almost 400 whale carcasses as hopes faded there would be many more survivors of one of the world's biggest mass strandings of the mammals.
The Environmental Agency and the Ports Authorities in cooperation with the Kuwaiti Coast Guard pulled out the dead whale and transported it to the municipality’s headquarters.
Surfers absolutely had no idea of the mammal lurking around them.
A young humpback whale that swam up one of Canada's major rivers, delighting Montrealers who packed the shores for a glimpse of the first of the species in local waters, is believed to be dead.
"The whale just blew about 1,000 feet off my bow!" Bjoern Kils, 41, gasped as he snapped photographs of the creature he estimated to be about 40 feet (12 metres) long.
The whale shark is now being continuously tracked as it makes its way to join other whale sharks in the Arabian Gulf migration.