Underwater: A shark’s point of view
Come to think of it, our lives are not the only ones in this world which exhibit social patterns. Almost every other species show some connection while living and moving with their own kind and kin in their very own surroundings.
Scientists love to research sharks, probably because they’re the badasses of the sea. But despite decades of analysis, some basic behaviors of Earth’s most infamous predator remain a mystery. How do sharks move when pursuing prey? Do they avoid other shark species? So a team of biologists from the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology and the University of Tokyo’s Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute decided to try an approach that’s popular with extreme athletes: strap on a camera and see what happens.
Here’s what the camera recorded:
Original Source: Wired