When champion spearfisher and freediver Kimi Werner found herself outside the protective bars of shark cage in the water with a great white shark, she did something remarkable—she went swimming with it. Relying on her years of experience reading the body language of fish, she judged that the great white shark wasn't looking for a meal and glided down towards it. (You'll see this moment around the 2:14 point.) The results are breathtaking. (

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