Pretty confident we won't ever be returning to the water after watching this. The shark's live there, it's their home, and we should all clearly just back off, especially with beasts like this roaming around.
This real life Jaws was spotted in the waters near Mexico's Guadalupe Island back in 2013, but the footage has just been released and it's believed to be the largest shark ever caught on camera.
The predator comes in at 20 feet long and goes by the name of Deep Blue. Great Whites are normally supposed to be max. 15 feet but good old Blue was also pregnant, as well as being 50 years old. Impressive 'ey?
The camera man who caught it all was Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, who said the shark's huge size is evidence that conservation projects are successful.
Take a look at Deep Blue in action below;