Say Hello to Deep Blue: ‘The Biggest Shark Ever Filmed’

Newly found footage of the 20-foot long great white was recorded off Mexico’s Guadalupe Island by shark expert Mauricio Hoyos Padilla

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+5 1. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

Don't ever mess with females under the influence of pregnancy hormones >:) :squirrel:
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+9 2. torbengb commented 9 years ago

We need a bigger boat...
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0 3. joeman commented 9 years ago

#2 from the movie 'Jaws'?
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0 4. torbengb commented 9 years ago

#3 "what else?" *)

*) and _that's_ from George, but I'm sure you knew that already -
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0 5. kawett commented 9 years ago

Wrong Title, The biggest White shark yes, but not the biggest Shark.
Still a good video
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+1 6. RandurSource commented 9 years ago

Does this female shark have a goatee? Just like the guy at 1:35
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-1 7. chance commented 9 years ago

#5 what is the biggest shark then? Don't say a whale shark because that's not a shark.
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0 8. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

Yes #6, but he's not cute ;)
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0 9. torbengb commented 9 years ago


A whale shark (46ft) is indeed a shark:

There's also this 40ft specimen that washed ashore:

If that doesn't float your boat then next in line there's the basking shark (33ft):