Huge volcano filled with SHARKS erupts in chilling NASA footage of underwater plume

Scientists hope a remarkable ‘sharkcano’ will help them understand how sea creatures could adapt to changing temperatures. Kavachi is an underwater volcano surrounded by sharks

The Operational Land Imager-2 on the Landsat 9 satellite snapped the pictures of the eruption, which drew extra interest due to the special inhabitants in the surrounding waters. It is described as one of the “most active submarine volcanoes in the world.”
Nicknamed ‘Sharkano’, the volcano got its title thanks to the creatures happy to live in the harsh habitat nearby, including the silky and scalloped hammerhead sharks.


By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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