Hawaii Diver Swims With Record Breaking Largest Great White Shark | TODAY



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Marine biologist Ocean Ramsey joins TODAY to talk about her and her team of divers’ encounter off the coast of Hawaii with what could be the largest great white shark on the planet. “It fills my heart with joy and takes my breath away,” she says.

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Hawaii Diver Swims With Record Breaking Largest Great White Shark | TODAY

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35 comments

  1. Why do people unnecessarily put their lives in danger, when they have a family? She says cause of movies like Jaws..no..it's actually cause of shark attacks…if I killed "only" 10 people a year, would that be acceptable?

  2. Swimming alongside one of the most dangerous sea creatures in peace, proves that sharks aren't out there to make life more difficult for us. The only ones out to get anything is us. The sharks are the ones who should be fearful not us. More have to do this great work of raising awareness to the wonders of the sea and the dangers we pose not only through poaching and global warming but through fishing and the harm that had on ocean dwellers.
    Deep blue and Ocean raising awareness in the deep blue ocean (couldn't help myself)

  3. Wow! She is beautiful, both Deep Blue and Ocean Ramsey. I wish everyone would perceive them this way. I hate to see them caught. We need more messages and people like Ocean 🌊

  4. Absolutely stunning. But did she answer the question? How did she know that the shark will not attack her? I don't want any shark to be killed but I would love to know how did she knew…might be helpful one day…

  5. she must have some ego to think this predator would never hurt her. Nature is nature and you won't always be this lucky to get away Steve Erwin is proof of that.

  6. This great white doesn’t appear to be as aggressive as other great whites that are filmed around dive cages, why that is I have no idea, but I wouldn’t try this like she is.

  7. That is definitely a massive female great white, but it most definitely is not 20 feet long.
    The longest great white recorded is just under 20 feet… And they rarely go past 15 feet.
    I would estimate she is between 16-18 feet long.

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