Watch the biggest shark ever caught on camera

5,000 Pound Great White Shark Could Biggest Ever Caught on Camera

It looks like this shark is straight out of the movie "Jaws."

Marine biologist Hoyos Padilla recorded this incredible footage showing the biggest shark ever caught on camera, which is 20 feet long.

The shark is seen circling around the cage from which someone tries to reach out to the giant's body and pet the massive figure.

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The sharks of Tiger Beach, Bahamas. (Photo: Greg Amptman, Shutterstock)
Frenetic activity of Caribbean reef sharks Carcharhinus perezii . Sharks were attracted by chumming the area. (Photo: Stephen Frink, Getty)
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