It may have been 40 years since 'Jaws' first became the subject of our nightmares, but now… she’s back.
Well, sort of.
New footage has been released of one of the largest great white sharks to have ever been captured on camera – the monstrous, more than 20-foot-long creature known as Deep Blue, GrindTV reports.
The enormous predator, which calls Mexico’s Guadalupe Island home, was featured last year by the Discovery Network where part of the tagging effort that involved researcher Mauricio Hoyos Padilla can be found.
This week, Hoyos posted new footage of the same shark to Facebook, under the title, “I give you the biggest white shark ever seen in front of the cages in Guadalupe Island… DEEP BLUE!!!”
Hoyos found the 50-second clip this week on his computer, he told GrindTV, although the footage is from around the same time that the Discovery crew was on site, dating back to the fall of 2013.
The presumably pregnant shark, believed to be around 50-years-old, can be seen probing theRead More »from Deep Blue: Monster great white shark could be the largest ever captured on camera