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16-foot bluntnose sixgill shark captured on video!

OceanX researchers captured footage of a 15 to 16-foot long bluntnose sixgill shark!

During a deep-sea mission in a submarine, a shark came surprisingly close. The apex predator that spends it’s time deep in our oceans was already around when the dinosaurs still roamed the earth.

Colin

Colin

Colin is Padi certified Divemaster, loves diving with the larger marine species around the world, and writing code.

 

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