Sharks Attack Submarine | Blue Planet II Behind The Scenesby BBC Earth 11 months ago
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*Sharks Attack Submarine - Blue Planet II Behind The Scenes*
The Blue Planet II team dive to over 700 meters to see what happens to a whale carcass on the seabed. Whilst filming sharks as they feast, the sharks start to take a worrying interest in the submarine!
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