Big wave surfers continuously test their limits in some of the deadliest locations across the planet.
The Dungeons at Hout Bay, near Seal Island in South Africa, is considered to be one of the most shark-infested places on the planet.
Click through our gallery to see what other surf locations made the cut.
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Cape Fear is located about 20 miles south of Sydney, Australia. The area is known for its powerful waves, which slam surfers into a cliff that makes up the shoreline.
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Teahupo'o Reef in Tahiti is know for its crystal clear waters and shallow coral reef. There have been five recorded deaths since 2000.
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Waimea Bay in Oahu, Hawaii is known for its deadly breaks. Surfers say massive waves have reached up to 60 feet in the area.
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Surfers call Peahi in Maui, Hawaii, the "Jaws" spot because of unpredictable waves which draw comparisons to a shark attack.
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Some of the biggest waves in the world have been recorded off Nazare, Portugal.
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Great white sharks often breach by Seal Island while hunting seals near Cape Town, South Africa.
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