'MONSTER' SHARK BIGGER THAN A SUBMARINE FILMED BY SCIENTISTS AS IT TRIES TO EAT THEIR GUN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'MONSTER' SHARK BIGGER THAN A SUBMARINE FILMED BY SCIENTISTS AS IT TRIES TO EAT THEIR GUN

A team of researchers has captured incredible footage of a close encounter with an ancient species of shark known as the bluntnose sixgill.

The team, led by Dean Grubbs, from Florida State University, were conducting dives in a submersible called "Nadir" as part of an expedition organized by OceanX to tag one of the sharks in their deep-sea environment.

During one of the dives, the team were fortunate to come up close and personal with a huge female bluntnose—=one of the largest sharks in the world—which one of the researchers in the video can be heard describing as "definitely bigger than the sub is long."

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