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Cruise Ship Passengers Spot Gigantic Shark Swimming in Atlantic Ocean

Alex Albrecht, a singer, was at sea for at least a month after he was able to capture heart-stopping scenes as a giant swam near the surface, near the cruise ship.

Albrecht shared with a clip to TikTok, saying:"Sailed six weeks in the atlantic watched this large f****** shark.

The singer has an incredible view, as he is above the audiences in what seems to be the crow's nest.

At the background of the video that he could be heard saying"holy f***," and you will find shrieks and cries from the passengers below as they rush into the edge to attempt to catch a glimpse of the shark.

The clip, shared Tuesday, has accumulated more than 32 million views, as many people claimed that it was a basking shark.

The species is the second-largest fish from the ocean, reaching lengths of a whopping 39 feet and a weight of up to six tons.

Despite their impressive size, the basking shark isn't considered harmful to humans as it feeds on plankton, which it filters the water out via its giant mouth.

The sighting caused quite a stir online in addition to on board, as Stephen Curry wrote:"Thinking the depth of the water scares me."

Cap Eman joked:"What in the jurassic world"

Dreams raved:"The movie couldn't have been recorded from any angle."

Tosh commented:"That is a dream, I would really like to have observed this."

MsCurvySize believed:"Yea shape at the front and the size it's deffo a basking shark."

Matt Krath believed:"it is a meglaodon!"

Even though Tristzz added:"It's a basking shark they're harmless."

Another giant of the deep was spotted lately, following footage caught a seldom seen Pacific sleeper shark about 2,000 feet beneath the sea surface.

Researchers in the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology seized the shark on film, which is typically located at depths of 6,500 ft.

The sleeper shark, otherwise referred to as the Somniosus pacificus, is among the largest deep-sea sharks in the world, reaching up to 14 feet in length.

Newsweek reached out to Alex Albrecht for comment.

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