A video taken in 2006 off the coast of Molokai in Hawaii has been attracting some attention.
“A crew including University of Hawaii oceanographer decided to post the 2006 video on YouTube to help educate people on sharks in Hawaiian waters. The shark estimated to be 18 feet long with six gills is a deep-sea variety known as Hexanchus griseus. The video was taken from Hawaii Undersea Research laboratory’s Pisces V submersible anchored 3,000 feet deep about two miles from Molokai. UH professor Eric Vetter says he felt the sub move when the shark nudged against it.”
While the video itself is cool, the best part, imho, is the gobsmacked crew.