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

September 16, 2019

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  1. Being from Australia where there's plenty of dangerous animals Inc great white bull and tiger shark's in our waters, I will have to say that I am impressed by the chick that swam with a great white outside of the cage.. you have big balls if you try it here u can end up getting attacked

  2. One drop of blood in the water and she’s not doing this interview. They are harmonious however add a little bit of blood into the water and the light switch comes on. She’s not playing with a full deck and isn’t being 100% truthful about how volatile these animals really are. I’ve seen sharks while fishing at the cape and they aren’t swimming pets. Just a matter of time

  3. you wountnt say this if you were the girl that had her hand and feet eaten 🤨🤨😐😐😐 and the dead boy this year !!!

  4. I read that white sharks show aggression through the position of their pectoral fins. When they're horizontally they're relaxed and when they point downwards they're up to no good. According to this, this big shark was very relaxed.

  5. Remember, we need to seed the oceans with more beautiful and misunderstood Great White sharks. They don’t actually mean to eat humans. It’s always an accident. Oops.

  6. Did she just say that the shark was 50 years old??? How does she know that?Was she there when that shark was born!?!!!!

  7. love and kindness makes the diiference all animals know when we mean them love or harm, the reason this diver can swim with the shark with out being attacked is because the shark knows the diver has love and positive energy and means it no harm yes animals can sense our intentions even if they are sharks all animals should be treated with love and respect

  8. She's gotten lucky so far next time she might not be so lucky just like the girl that got attacked at SeaWorld by the orca she thought she could trust.

  9. Divers get to appreciate sharks. Problem is it ocean Ramsey was tossed overboard a ship & simply dangling on surface of water treading water & one of those sharks hit her hard one small bite could be fatal.

  10. Probably heavily pregnant or stuffed with seals. Not gonna lie, you could say that’s a young Megalodon if you’re into that craze (it’s not)

  11. Not racist….BUT WHITE PEOPLE R SUCH DAREDEVILS THO 😂😂😂 US BLACK FOLKS WOULDN'T GO 10 FEET OF DAT MAMMOTH SHARK, 20 FEET IS UNHEARD OF MOST SHARKS BE AROUND 10-12 FEET N CONSIDER BIG SO 20FT GREAT WHITE SHARK IS UNBELIEVABLE N IM PRETTY MUCH CONVINCED THEIR BIGGER SHARKS THAN DAT PROBABLY….MEGALODON IS OUT THEIR SOMEWHERE 30 FEET LONG OR MORE 😰😰 and OCEAN RAMSEY IS GORGEOUS 😍😍

  12. Tell this bs to the spirit of the man who was eaten whole by a great white off the coast of LA Jolla, California in 1959. Sharks are predatorial creatures who strike their prey from the bottom up like a missle! This would paralyze any man with fear

  13. I love Youtube. You watch a marine biologist doing her job and all of a sudden everyone knows more about sharks than she does and will happily spend a few minutes telling you exactly why she shouldn't be doing what she's doing. Nevermind the fact that those who study predators will more than likely become a meal for the predators they study…..she has been studying predators for years and is still alive to tell the tale and try to think less about what could become of her and why she is doing it in the first place. She is trying to send the message that millions of shark are killed each year, whereas only 10 humans on average per year lose their lives to shark.

  14. I commend her for her courage but this is not going end well. This is a apex predator that has also been responsible for attacking and killing humans. I understand these sharks dont see humans as their natural prey and most attacks may be mistaken identity. These predators are not playful whales or Orcas. I really prey this woman never suffers an attack.

  15. Me: so what did you do today?

    Ocean: well… I got to casually held a fin of 50 yrs old, two ton heavy, 20ft or 7 shaqs high Great White Shark and swam with her for a bit. You?

    Me: stares .. oh you know.. this and that

  16. Completely irresponsible. No reputable marine biologist would ever do something like this. This was not Deep Blue, it was “Haole Girl.”

  17. Why would anyone name their child ocean. Why. I mean what other profeesion could they have other than something aquatic. Really. Its like naming your kid burger. They are doomed for fast food

  18. Since sharks roamed the Earth much before humans existed, they already had a long history when people met them. In several cultures that
    developed near the coasts, men knew them and even had a respectful relationship with sharks.

    Hawaiian culture, believe that hammerhead shark swimming by is a sign that the gods are watching over the families, and the oceans are clean and balanced.

    It was the Greek philosopher Aristotle who called the sharks “selache,” a name that is still in the superorder that groups the sharks (Selachimorpha). Aristotle explained that the sharks mated together in a way similar to that of dogs, but they joined their bellies.

    By the year 3000 B.C. The Phoenicians represented in painted pottery beings very similar to sharks attacking a person. Roman historian and naturalist Pliny the Elder (23 A.D. – 79 A.D.) described sharks as creatures that attacked pearl hunters.

    The Islamic culture was aware of the sharks that inhabited the Tigris River. In his book “The Wonders of Creation and the Curiosities of Existence,” Zakariya Quazwini created a part which included a description of the sharks and the fear they inspired.

    Even the Aztecs had knowledge about the danger of sharks. When they went out to the ocean, they placed rows of chilies hanging from their canoes so that sharks did not approach while they were fishing.

  19. I'm trying to break my fear of open ocean swimming because I want to surf ( bucket list) and a triathlon ( also bucket list) I live in California but terrified of deep open water.

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