Great Whites can typically grow up to 15 feet... Meet this 20 Foot Massive Shark!
New footage has been released of one of the largest great white sharks ever caught on film, an enormous, more-than-20-foot-long creature named Deep Blue.
The massive predator was first featured in August by the Discovery Channel in a documentary when researchers tagged the gigantic fish.
The shark, believed to be at least 50 years old, is seen in the video swimming around a roofless cage near Mexico's Guadalupe Island.
One diver in the cage is seen getting dangerously close to the massive, then-heavily pregnant fish and touching one of its fins.
In addition to her massive size, the shark is recognizable by her many scars.
Great whites, the largest predatory fish on earth, typically grow to 15 feet in length, with some, like Deep Blue, exceeding 20 feet in length and weighing up to 5,000 pounds, according to National Geographic.
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