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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.

Header image credits: OceanX

Colin

Colin

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

 

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