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The marine scientists on board a research ship that is searching for new discoveries in the depths of the ocean, stumbled across something very strange, on Wednesday, the skeletal remains of a 16-meter-long whale.
Images and videos showing a variety of sea creatures, such as worms, octopus, grab on to the dead whale’s bones. The researchers are even live-streamed on our world to happen.
The ship, which is operated by the Ocean Exploration Trust, the carcass of the whale was at a depth of 10,500 feet in the Pacific ocean, according to the Earther.
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Sea creatures crawl on a whale carcass deep in the surface of the ocean. EV Nautilus)
The on-board camera captured amazing footage of the structure to be removed.
The scientists estimated that the whale has died, four months ago, and even though it doesn’t know what is the cause of its demise.
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The whale’s skeleton is made up for by the deep-sea scavengers.
Marine scientists are taking samples, as the Earther reports, and for further study.
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