Brave diver high-fives Jaws 2.0

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This Monster of a Shark Will Make You Never Want to Swim Again
You will never be able to dip a toe into the ocean again without thinking of this monstrous shark.

One brave diver met face-to-face with possibly the largest great white shark ever seen. The run-in occurred off the coast of Guadalupe Island, where the 20-foot-long creature approached the diver's cage. The diver then reached out of the cage to give the shark a record-breaking high-five.

Watch the whole encounter in the terrifying video below:



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Brave diver high-fives Jaws 2.0
FILE - In this undated file publicity image provided by Discovery Channel, a great white shark swims near Guadalupe Island off the coast of Mexico. The Discovery network special “Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives,” opened Discovery’s annual “Shark Week” on Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013. With an estimated 4.8 million viewers, it had the largest audience of any show in the 26 years that Discovery has made “Shark Week” a part of its summer programming, the Nielsen company said. (AP Photo/Discovery Channel, Andrew Brandy Casagrande, File)
Great white shark nearby Dyer Island, South Africa
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Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias, Pacific ocean, Guadalupe, Mexico
Great white sharks swim around the boat during a shark festival in Gansbaai, South Africa, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007. The self-proclaimed Great White Capital of the world hosted a weekend festival to dispel the myths and misconceptions that have plagued the shark since the film "Jaws" which portrayed the mighty predator as an indiscriminate killing machine. (AP Photo/Obed Zilwa)
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