For the second time ever, a great white shark purported to be the world’s largest, was caught on video.
The shark, named Deep Blue, first rose to fame in August when footage surfaced of Discovery Channel’s “Jaws Strikes Back” in 2014.
The video was shot in 2013 near Mexico’s Guadalupe Island but uploaded to Facebook in August by videographer Mauricio Hoyos Padilla.
The new footage showed the curious shark swimming towards the divers in their protective cage and then swimming away.
As the shark passed by the second cage of divers, video caught a glimpse of her giant teeth.
Jaws has nothing on Deep Blue.
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