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World’s ‘largest white shark’ caught on video

The great white shark is estimated by conservation activists to be 20 feet long and 50 years old

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A marine research group is calling this shark "the biggest shark ever filmed," and named by the world Deep Blue.

Recently released video from off the coast of Mexico's Guadalupe Island shows a giant shark believed to be 50-year-old "Deep Blue," a great white shark over 20 feet long.

The great white shark is estimated by conservation activists to be 20 feet long and 50 years old.

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Footage of the shark swimming among smaller fish and cages containing observers in 2013 is circulating after it was posted by the group's director, Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, on Facebook. The video has drawn more than 3.3 million views so far.

The video was reportedly recorded inJun in Guadalupe Island, 150 miles off the west coast of Mexico's Baja California.