Shark spotted by divers in 420 meters
A California Academy of Sciences dive safety officer caught this footage of a shark just a few meters away are not aware of a colleague.
In the midst of the discovery of a new type of fish, a team of researchers missed a huge shark swimming above them, deep in the Atlantic Ocean.
The California Academy of Sciences researchers, Rocha Luiz and Hudson Pinheiro, were deliberately aimed at a new type of fish— the pink and green Tosanoides Aphrodite that they found 420 metres below the surface, reports the Verge.
The entire incident was caught on video by their cameraman Mauritius Bell, who is trying to get researchers to notice of the nearly 10-meter-long sixgill shark swimming peacefully above them.
Divers discovered the neon-light of new fish species in the Atlantic Ocean.
(Luiz Rocha/California Academy of Sciences)
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“Look at the sharks!” says the camera operator.
All three divers to speak in a “Alvin and the Chipmunks” voice, which allegedly made by the “rebreather gas mixture, including a number with helium that they use.
The bluntnose sixgill shark, also known as the cow shark, can grow up to 26 metres in length and is listed as “near threatened” by the International Union for Conservation, according to Wikipedia.
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