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Video: The biggest white shark discovered and filmed in Mexico’s Guadalupe Island

By NewsGram Staff Writer

The biggest white shark was recently discovered in Guadalupe Island. It has immediately caught attention world wide.


Filmed at the coast of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, a footage was was posted by biologist Mauricio Hoyos Padilla. The diver can be seen in the water where the 20 ft shark is swimming before retreating back into the cage.

Mauricio Hoyos Padilla described the shark as the biggest ever seen near the island of Guadalupe on his Facebook Page. The researcher from the University of California earlier appeared in a Discovery Channel documentary last year in which a team of scientists geo-tagged the shark who was later dubbed as ‘Deep Blue’.


In this video, the shark is seen in action, in front of the cages in Pacific Ocean near Guadalupe Island, Mexico.





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