The group of these divers can now definitely boast of something stunning. They got unexpected company while diving and filming tiger sharks. A huge white shark came up to them.
Ocean Ramsey and her team were underwater in order to capture the tiger sharks. They performed this task for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. However, after a while, Deep Blue appeared. This creature is known as the largest white shark in the world. As scary as this scene looked, it was obviously an interesting experience for some people. These divers were very patient with him, and some touched him with their hands. It is possible that this creature weighs over 2,200 pounds and is 20 feet long.
Ocean told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that this great creature is truly wonderful. Before the great white shark appeared, these divers had a view of tiger sharks. However, at the time of the arrival of this huge creature, everyone was gone. This great white shark needed a boat from a diver to be able to scratch itself. Ocean says this giant has been with them most of the day.
It didn’t take Ocean long to realize that this was Deep Blue. She has seen this amazing giant few times. According to the divers, this wonderful creature was pregnant this time. She is about 50 years old, according to beliefs. As big and scary as she looks, she is still a very gentle being. Regardless of the fact that she is the largest white shark that exists.
The diver also confirms that this great creature is truly wonderful and gentle. She thinks she is pregnant because she is huge and very wide. Yet, as the diver says, she is therefore very safe for humans. Since she has watched everything, including people, they are not in danger.
This diving team had a very pleasant experience. However, it is not safe to get very close to such creatures. Being in a free cage and hanging out with great white sharks isn’t exactly the best idea. Experienced divers are probably the only people who can do this. Ocean also confirms this.
You can see the amazing moments of the divers socializing with Deep Blue here: