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In this Aug. 23, 2016 photo provided by OCEARCH, a juvenile male great white shark named Paumanok swims away after researchers tagged and sampled him off the point of Montauk, N.Y. The expedition said it has confirmed that waters between southern Massachusetts and New York's Long Island point are a “nursery” where the powerful predators spend much of the first year of their lives feeding and growing. (Robert Snow/OCEARCH via AP)

A great white shark breached a diving cage off the coast of Mexico


Great White Shark Cage Breach Accident

WATCH  | A huge shark busts right through a diving cage

Gabe and Garret is a YouTube channel that's usually devoted to chronicling the adventures of two young boys. 

However, it's a good thing the two boys weren't around in a video posted to the account yesterday that's since gone viral. 

The boys' father was on a ship off the coast of Guadalupe Island near Mexico when a shark broke through a diving cage attached to the boat. The shark breaks through the cage, thrashes around, breaches out of the water and then swims away. 

For many, this video reaffirms a fears of the deep. 

Thankfully, the diver in the cage was, somehow, okay. 

The shark thrashes around, breaches from the water and finally leaves the cage. The diver isn't seen for five or ten seconds but then is pulled from the cage by the crew. 

He can be heard on the tape saying, "I'm still alive."

A great white shark breached a diving cage off the coast of Mexico

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