We never know what lurks in the deep waters, as we never know what lurks in the darkness of the cosmos.
Students at the University of Rhode Island, looking for underwater volcanoes in the southern Pacific, have found not only volcanoes but also sharks living in the waters of those volcanoes.
It is a great mystery how these sharks manage to live in the waters of those volcanoes and above all what they eat. The divers that came close to the underground volcanoes were burned by the acid found in those waters.
How do these sharks don’t suffer from burns and can live in that acid environment? Is it possible that these sharks have undergone a genetic mutation that allows them to live in that underwater harsh and acid environment?
It may be that these sharks chose to live in those harsh conditions due to the pollution of the ocean and sea waters. Ocean pollution has forced many aquatic species to change their behavior.
If the sharks begin to hide away from their natural habitat, this can give rise to imbalances in the marine ecosystem allowing species that are hunted by the sharks to grow uncontrollably, which can change the entire marine ecosystem.
These sharks and their new behavior will be studied by environmentalists and marine biologists for a long time from now.
Article created by Chris © Alien Star