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The video was taken from Hawaii Undersea Research laboratory's Pisces V submersible anchored 3,000 feet deep about two miles from Molokai.
The shark estimated to be 18 feet long with six gills is a deep-sea variety known as Hexanchus griseus.
Originally posted by pickitandstickit
that is awesome, wonder why it has no top fin, maybe im seeing it wrong.
Originally posted by DamnedDirtyApes
Great film footage. The deeper they go, the larger these creatures get. I can only imagine what is lurking down at the deepest depths of the world's oceans and seas.