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I waited quietly, patiently, observing as she swam up to the dead sperm whale carcass and then slowly to me passing close enough I gently put my hand out to maintain a small space so her girth could pass. I know some people criticize touch but what some don’t realize is that sometimes sharks seek touch, she swam away escorted by two rough-toothed dolphins who danced around her over to one of my @oneoceandiving shark research vessels and proceeded to use it as a scratching post, passing up feeding for another need. I wish more people would have a connection with sharks and the natural world, because then they would understand that it’s not petting sharks or pushing them off to maintain a respectable space that is hurting sharks (because trust me if she didn’t like being pet she can handle and communicate ) it’s the wasteful and cruel practice of grabbing and catching sharks to cut off their fins (which slowly kills them) for #sharkfinsoup in a process called #sharkfinning or the wasteful #sharkfishing or #sharksportfishing If it bothers you that I touched the shark please click on one of the hashtags above and leave them a negative comment first #HelpSaveSharks #SpreadAwareness #FinBanNow #bansharkfinning #Sharkfin Vid shot on my @gopro #gopro3000 #goproforacause out with @oneoceandiving with @juansharks ❤️ @mermaid_kayleigh @camgrantphotography ❤️ @forrest.in.focus @oneoceanresearch @oneoceanglobal @waterinspired @oneoceansharks @oneoceanhawaii @oneoceaneducation #savetheocean #sharktouch #touchingsharks #oneoceanteam #discoversharks #discoverocean #greatwhitesharkinhawaii #freedivingwithsharks #whitesharkhawaii #deadwhalehawaii #dolphinsandsharks # #Hawaii #sharka

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Wow!! Does it get any better than this?

Watch as divers swim near a massive shark that some have labelled as "Deep Blue." The shark is estimated to be 20 FEET LONG and weigh over 6,000 pounds.

Divers and shark enthusiasts have been tracking the female shark for years and it was recently spotted near Oahu, Hawaii.

According to marine biologists, "Deep Blue" is a gentle giant. She reportedly stayed near the divers all day.

However, how brave must one be to get this close to such a HUGE shark? I mean, they were touching this 20-foot shark like it was a puppy!

Some have disputed the claim that this was "Deep Blue." Other divers and biologists say it was another huge shark, but not the mysterious "Deep Blue."

Regardless, that is a big shark out there!