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The Biggest Great White Ever Filmed

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At over 20 feet long, this massive female great white shark is likely the largest ever filmed - and one of the largest ever seen! From Shark Week 2015's "Island of the Mega Shark."

DO SHARKS NEED TO KEEP SWIMMING TO BREATHE?
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Sharks don’t breathe through their noses, but instead through slits on the sides of their heads called gills.
DCL
JOIN THE MYTHBUSTERS ON A VIRTUAL SHARK DIVE
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Join Adam Savage for a shipwreck shark dive in spherical video or, if you have VR goggles, virtual reality.
Discovery Communications
BEHIND THE SCENES OF TONIGHT'S AIR JAWS
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Filmmaker Jeff Kurr talks about the latest innovations in filming sharks.
Andy Casagrande
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