posted on Nov, 3 2013 @ 11:39 AM
Wow. What a strange and interesting topic.
If the tag device had to be recovered and plugged into a computer to read the data... then the tag wasn't transmitting the info to the surface, so
the depth information recovered from the tag is probably accurate!
Note also that the Shark reached 580M depth BEFORE the temperature increased dramatically.
Giant/Colossal Squid are indeed cold blooded, so would not cause a sudden temperature change in the tag, if the shark was eaten by one.
Killer Whale? Well, someone mentioned that Killer Whales can't dive to 580M because they breathe air? But, apparently one was found entangled in a
submarine cable 3375ft (over 1000M) deep! See wikianswers here
probable that they can indeed dive that deep if they need to, but there's no way that it could remain submerged (at varying depths) for a week!
What does that leave us with?
If anyone sees the show could they please update the thread with the answer??