THIS chilling sound scientists shocked after to hear it was from the deepest part of the ocean.
Researchers from the Hatfield Marine Science Center were shocked to hear the wailing sound during the check of the deep-sea whale communications in the Pacific Ocean, the marianas trench.
Of approximately three seconds, the wailing sound hits super low and then super high frequencies.
The experts’ best guess is that they picked up a never-before-heard whale call during the control of the unknown depths.
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Marine experts are sent to a machine called a hydrophone with a sensitivity to the deepest part of the trench, which lies between Japan and Australia.
The hydrophone can travel through the sea for a number of months and diving to 3,281 feet.
It is there that it picked up the strange booming sound.
Some believe that it is a mating call of a Baleen whale.
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However, the bizarre sound pattern does not quite fit with what we already know about whales.
Sharon Nieukirk, marine bioacoustics expert at the Oregon State said: “If it’s a mating call, why are we all year round? That is a mystery.”
The sound is “very pronounced, with all the crazy parts,” she added.
The scientists hope that by the publication of the noise of other researchers can help identify the “call”, so that they can get to the bottom of the noise.
This story originally appeared on The Sun.