New video of ‘biggest great white shark ever filmed’ surfaces

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GUADALUPE ISLAND, Mexico – New video of an enormous great white shark surfaced this week.

Shark expert Mauricio Hoyos Padilla added the new video to his Facebook page on Monday.

Some say it is the largest great white shark ever captured on video.

The massive shark was seen swimming near the steel cage where several divers were in awe.

The divers named the shark “Deep Blue” and believe it has lived about 50 years. The shark was 20 feet in length and appeared to be pregnant, according to GrindTV.

According to Discovery network, the video was taken in 2013 near Guadalupe Island in Mexico during a tagging effort by Hoyos.

Hoyos recently came across unpublished video of Deep Blue and wanted to share it with the world.


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