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Massive 17-foot great white shark, biting and diving, the cage: “The thrill of a lifetime’

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Great white shark, offers scuba divers a close-up view of the drama.

A huge great white shark that was caught on video biting it and shaking it in a cage off the coast of Mexico.

Nancy Lasuzzo has shared a video of the massive 17-foot great white up to Facebook, after it’s been seen off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico, on Oct. 12, CBS8 in San Diego reports.

“I’m hoping that this is a story that shows how people need to respect the great white shark, but you don’t have to be afraid of!” Lasuzzo, wrote in the post. “So grateful for this experience of a lifetime.”

GREAT WHITE SHARK CATCHES OFF THE U.S. COAST, WITH A WOUND TO THE HEAD, AND WAS BITTEN BY A BIGGER SHARK, EXPERTS SAY

Lasuzzo was on a dive with the sharks scuba dive company, Island Charters, where the great white giant, which is known as the Ball floated past the cage and out, before biting it over and over.

Island Charters is also in the video, posted on her Facebook page, saying one of their divers, including Lasuzzo, and had experienced the thrill of a lifetime.”

“The ball is in play, the choice is at the top of the cage, and it wasn’t damaged except for a broken tooth,” ” the scuba diving company wrote in its post. “Not to worry, she has tons to spare!”

The owner of the Island, and a Charter, and John Conniff, told CBS8 that he was surprised by the size of the Ball, and the addition of the shark was the biggest he had seen in a long time.

“It’s a tough thing, no matter what, if you’re a 17-metre great white shark two feet away from you,” he told the news outlet. “She’s got our attention, as its scale was so much bigger than the sharks we saw in the last day and a half. When she started to play with the float on the cage, there was, surprisingly, not afraid of any of us. We were so impressed and amazed at the strength she had left.”

A shark is said to be the ‘Deep Blue’, one of the most recognized people, to swim offshore of Hawaii, USA, January 15, 2019 at the latest, in this image, acquired by social media on January 17, 2019 at the latest. (Credit: Juan Oliphant, Reuters)

The great white shark known to man, it is well-known as the “Deep Blue”, a 20-foot behemoth. Estimated to be more than 50-year-old, Deep-Blue, was last seen in Hawaii in January.

Prior to being spotted in Hawaii, she was seen off the coast of Guadalupe Island, by July of 2018.

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