Jaws has nothing on a great white shark that was first seen swimming off the coast of Mexico's Guadalupe Island.
New footage has been posted showing the largest great white shark caught on camera.
Called Deep Blue, the 20-foot-long fish was seen interacting with caged divers, The Daily Mail reported.
The video was shot in 2013, but was released earlier this year on diver and videographer, Mauricio Hoyos Padilla's Facebook page. It has had about eight million views.
The shark was about 50 years old, pregnant and nearly 20 feet long.