The deadliest surf spots on the planet

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Mavericks - This dangerous surf spot can be found off the coast of Half Moon Bay in Northern California.

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Mavericks - In addition to massive waves, there are also other threats, including The Cauldron, a deep hole in the bottom of the ocean. Also, beware of great whites!

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Mavericks - Professional surfer Mark Foo drowned while surfing Mavericks after his leash became entangled on the rocks during a wipeout.

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Pipeline - Also known as Banzai Pipeline, or simply Pipe, this world-renowned surf spot is located in O'ahu's North Shore in Hawaii.

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Pipeline - The spot is famous for its perfect hollow waves that break on a razor-sharp coral reef.

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Pipeline - So far, Pipeline has claimed 11 lives, with many others having suffered serious injuries there.

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Teahupoo (Teahupo'o) - This beautiful, yet extremely dangerous, surf spot is located in Tahiti.

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Teahupoo (Teahupoʻo) - This heavy, perfect wave breaks on a very shallow reef and is surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

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Teahupoo (Teahupoʻo) - Surfing this wave can be extremely difficult, as it's very fast and powerful. You can get the barrel of your life, or the worst wipeout ever.

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Jaws (Pe'ahi) - This surf spot can be found in Maui, Hawaii.

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Jaws (Pe'ahi) - The Jaws Challenge is an important event in the World Surf League's Big Wave Tour.

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Jaws (Pe'ahi)-Due to its quick break and its size, it can be a very dangerous wave. Even Jet-Ski rescues can be tricky, as the wave breaks in front of a 91-meter high cliff.

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Dungeons - This spot is located off Hout Bay, not far from Cape Town, South Africa.

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Dungeons - The spot receives regular swell, and huge waves break about a mile off the coast.

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Dungeons - The waves break near a seal colony, which means that there are plenty of sharks in the water!

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Waimea Bay - This spot can be found in Haleiwa, on the North Shore of O'ahu, Hawaii.

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Waimea Bay - The spot is famous for its huge surf and dangerously heavy shore break.

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Waimea Bay - Waimea Bay is one of the most popular spots for big wave surfing in Hawaii.

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