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The great white shark, nicknamed Deep Blue, is estimated by the conservation group Pelagios Kakunja to be 20 feet long and 50 years old.
Footage of the shark swimming among smaller fish and cages containing observers in 2013 is circulating after it was posted Monday by the group's director, Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, on Facebook.
The video -- which CNN hasn't been able to authenticate -- has drawn more than 2.1 million views.
Sharks swim closer to the shore to give birth to their pups, which is what researchers have observed Big Blue do, they said in a SlideShare post.
The shark was spotted near Isla Guadalupe, off the coast of Mexico, Hoyos Padilla's Facebook post noted. Pelagios Kakunja is based in the Mexican city of La Paz in Baja California Sur.
originally posted by: Frocharocha
Wow, this thing is huge!
Maybe the megalodon isn't so out of possible now.