- A team of scientists explored inside an active underwater volcano using a deep-sea camera
- Inside, their camera captured footages of two kinds of sharks and a stingray
- The volcano is called Kavachi, found near Solomon Islands
Ocean engineer Brennan Phillips led a team in exploring inside an active underwater volcano and what they found with the use of a special camera stunned them.
KAMI obtained the footage of their exploration from National Geographic’s YouTube channel.
The Kavachi is an underwater volcano located near the remote Solomon Islands.
The team dropped an 80-lb deep-sea camera that can withstand the hostile temperatures and acidity inside the underwater volcano.
They found out that creatures such as Sixgill Stingray, Scalloped Hammerheads and Silky Sharks were there, seemingly unaffected by the heat and the acidity.
Netizens were amazed by the findings.
A few also expressed their theories about the creatures in the volcano.
“Well it has been proven that hammer heads can detect electronics underwater. So maybe they can sense something before the volcano goes off, and once everything living there notices the hammer head running, they all run?” a netizen theorized.
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