A GIGANTIC 30ft shark spotted near the set of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws has been caught on camera.
Several people who uploaded the clip claimed the footage showed a great white shark, with one fisherman simply stating “Jaws exists”.
In the footage, a fin is spotted cutting through the water from a distance away.
As the boat nears in, white details on the creature’s back become prominent.
The swimming creatures extended nose appears round.
The cameraman can be heard saying: “Jesus, oh my God.
“Look at this thing. Look. At. This. Thing.
“Oh my God, whoa.”
The giant creature was filmed 40 miles away from Martha’s Vineyard – the location popular American thriller Jaws was filmed.
Spielberg’s 1975 movie became an instant hit.
Facebook page Troy Dando Fishing uploaded the clip on July 2 with the caption: “Now that’s a white pointer! Jaws video.
“JB Currell says ‘On our trip from Bermuda to Cape Cod yesterday on Distant Star with Tom Brownell. About 40 miles south-east of Martha’s Vineyard we came upon the largest great white shark I’ve ever seen.
“It was 25-30ft long and weighed approximately 5,000lbs. Jaws does exist!”
Almost 2.5million people have since watched the clip.
One person said: “Wow. If that’s a great white it’d be a world record size.”
“Is it a Meg?” another asked, referring to the 2018 thriller of a thought-to-be-extinct megalodon shark.
“Wow, he’s a monster!”
But others were less convinced, claiming the beast was likely a basking shark – the second largest shark species in the world.
Another said: “Basking shark. Rounded dorsal fin.”
A second agreed, adding: “Basking shark, whale sharks have a wide head and spots.”
It comes after two great white sharks were filmed going head to head with each other on video.