First sharks observed inside a live volcano

Last updated: October 14, 2017 at 19:33 pm

2015 – Scientists deploying National Geographic’s deep-sea Drop Cam into Kavachi, an undersea volcano in the Solomon Islands, observed hammerhead and silky sharks, and a sixgill stingray swimming in the hot and acidic water. Kavachi lies only 20 m (66 ft) beneath the surface.

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National Geographic

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