Cage divers meet a Great White Shark off Guadeloupe Island, Mexico. "These divers put themselves in harm's way as the lead diver fends off a female Great White Shark by pushing its snout. These powerful animals are fifteen feet long, one-and-a-half-ton eating machines. The divers were limited in their ability to attract sharks because local regulations prohibit the scattering of fish guts, known as 'chumming' or using decoys, so the meeting really was a natural experience." For sale as stock.