Second ‘one in all world’s largest’ nice white sharks sinks enamel into cage as 22ft monster assaults thrillseeking divers

Moment ‘one of world’s biggest’ great white sharks sinks teeth into cage as 22ft monster attacks thrillseeking divers


THIS is the terrifying second divers got here nose to nose with one of many world’s largest nice white sharks.

The unimaginable footage reveals the 22ft ocean large – often called Deep Blue – swimming dangerously near a pair of courageous divers in Guadalupe, Mexico.

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The unimaginable footage reveals the 22ft ocean large swimming dangerously near a pair of courageous divers[/caption]

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The nice white shark, named Deep Blue, is 22ft lengthy[/caption]

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Consultants imagine Deep Blue is the biggest nice white shark ever seen[/caption]

Weighing an infinite 2.5 tonnes, the 50-year-old predator dwarfed the divers as they reached out to work together with the beast.

Michael Maier, 53, who captured the video on an expedition with Nautilus Explorer, stated Deep Blue was “very calm” in the course of the chilling encounter.

He instructed Barcroft TV: “She was under no circumstances nervous, and he or she simply doing her circles round us. She was very concerned about us, and us. In the course of the circles, we realised how large she was.

“She should have been round seven metres. We had a really lengthy lovely dive along with her and after we all got here again to the boat, we have been all very passionate about this encounter.”

He added: “What I do love about diving with sharks is the huge drive of those animals together with magnificence. It’s by no means hectic, it’s quiet, it’s reassuring, and it’s simply very lovely to be with them within the water and to dive with them.

“I felt the luckiest man to have the ability to catch Deep Blue on video, and nonetheless after I watch this video, I’m very glad.”


Shark conservationist Ocean Ramsey, 34, who repeatedly swims with nice white sharks, has additionally encountered Deep Blue.

Describing the expertise in 2019, she stated: “In the present day was extraordinarily particular as a result of whereas I work with white sharks all all over the world, they’re extraordinarily uncommon in Hawaii.

“This particular person could also be one of many largest recorded and reveals comparable markings to ‘Deep Blue’ a shark I’ve studied in Isla Guadalupe, Mexico the place I’ve achieved most of my work with white sharks.

“This light large swam up and brushed up in opposition to our boat repeatedly. There’s a idea that enormous females come right here when they’re probably pregnant trailing whales.

“There was a lifeless sperm whale within the space and we did observe her from a distance swimming over to it and consuming it frequently all through the day.

“I’ve a lot respect for sharks for his or her ecological function, scientifically, culturally in Hawaii as aumakua, and from a conservation standpoint I’ve devoted my life to talking up for them and educating others about them and their plight whereas learning to proceed to grasp extra about them.”

Consultants imagine Deep Blue is the biggest nice white shark ever seen and has lived for round 5 a long time regardless of usually life-span-reducing air pollution, searching and fishing.

George Burgess, director emeritus of the Worldwide Shark Assault File at Florida Museum of Pure Historical past, instructed ABC Information: “It’s a really large white shark, clearly.

“One of many largest that has ever been seen within the water. She’s an enormous woman.”

The shark received her identify from Discovery Channel diver Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, who swam with the creature as a part of a Shark Week documentary.

Padilla was filmed reaching his arms out of a steel shark cage and touching her fin within the 2015 TV present.

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The 50-year-old predator dwarfed the divers as they swam side-by-side[/caption]

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The footage was captured in Guadalupe, Mexico[/caption]

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The shark received her identify from Discovery Channel diver Mauricio Hoyos Padilla[/caption]





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