VIDEO has captured what is believed to be the biggest known great white shark ever caught on camera, deep under the ocean off the coast of Mexico.
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A group of scuba divers had the underwater show of a lifetime when the world’s biggest shark emerged from the deep blue sea.
Measuring a staggering seven metres long (23ft), the female great white has been nicknamed Deep Blue.
Believed to be at least 50 years old, the enormous fish was captured on camera off the coast of Guadalupe Island in Mexico.
Hair-raising footage showed the shark swim vertically up towards a cage with a group of divers inside of it.
One of the divers was perched on top of the cage with absolutely nothing to protect him.
The monster shark looped around the cage and came back, chomping its giant jaws at the metal bars of the contraption.
Experienced diver Mauricio Hoyos Padilla captured the incredible video and posted it to Facebook.
Some viewers compared its size to that of the fictional shark in the movie Jaws, which measured 25ft in length.
One Facebook user wrote: “Absolutely breathtaking” while another shared: “Awesome footage”.
Another giant shark was caught on camera from above the surface of the water.
The great white was filmed off the coast of Western Australia as it circled a family’s boat.