Is This The Largest Shark To Ever Be Caught On Camera?

Named Deep Blue, this great white shark is thought to be the largest ever recorded on camera.

The 20 foot predator was first filmed near Mexico’s Guadalupe Island in 2013 – at the time it was thought to be pregnant and measured over six metres in length.


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Researchers estimated that the giant was also around an astonishing 50 years old.

For more info and footage of Deep Blue, watch below:

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