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Scientists suggest that sharks live near an active underwater volcano;  What happened was already recorded years ago

Scientists suggest that sharks live near an active underwater volcano; What happened was already recorded years ago

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The case was recorded at Kavachi, an underwater volcano in the Solomon Islands.

Photo: Pixabay - Hammerhead shark.
Photo: Pixabay – Hammerhead shark.

During the last 14 day, it was CavaciAn undersea volcano in the Solomon Islands has erupted again. However, the most surprising thing is that scientists have noticed the presence of some Sharks about the volcano. According to information from the Guardian, National Geographic found, in 2015, Two types of sharks and other marine life inhabiting the active hole.

The two species that inhabit the crater are: hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna spp) and silky sharks (Carcharhinus falciformis). For this reason, Kavachi became known as “Sharkcano”, which is a mixture of shark and volcano.

In an interview with The New York Post, researcher Kadie Bennis said that’s not surprising, given that humans also live around volcanoes. “So it’s totally normal for sharks and other marine creatures to be around underwater volcanoes, because they also contribute to the ecosystem.”pointing to.

Also, according to the “Guardian”, scientists believe that these two species were able to adapt and, according to many years of evolution, were able to live in the volcano. It is not yet known how sharks save themselves when a volcano erupts, but this answer can be obtained through a specific study.

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