This incredible new footage shows the moment the largest great white shark ever filmed tries to take a bite out of a diving cage containing four cameramen. The 20ft-long female known as Deep Blue stunned the world last year when video was unveiled of it dwarfing cage divers off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Now new footage taken from inside the cage has been released by Michael Maier, who described the moment they saw her emerge from the deep water below them. more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Woman rushed to hospital after suspected acid attack in north London Watch video Moment ‘drunk’ female train passengers threatens commuters Watch video Emotional Matt Baker announces he’s leaving The One Show Watch video White van man tries to drive into woman during road rage row Watch video Police shoot son of Tarzan actor after he killed his mother Watch video Well hiii! Cat’s meow sounds like a ‘thick southern accent’ Watch video Elon Musk denies accusing British rescue diver of being a paedophile Watch video How to extinguish flames on clothing using just your hands Watch video Mrs Trump creates Christmas decorations with Salvation Army children Watch video Shocking moment… Read full this story
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