These scientists were so interested in a tiny fish they totally missed a 10-foot shark
Scientists are usually pretty smart folks, but that doesn't stop them from suffering from tunnel vision every once in a while just like the rest of us. A great example of this comes in the form of a new video by the California Academy of Sciences in which a team of researchers is so mesmerized by a tiny fish that they somehow completely ignore a 10-foot shark swooping in from above.
The video, which was originally uploaded a couple of months ago but had remained unlisted on YouTube, was shot at a depth of 420 feet, and the expedition's safety officer Mauritius Valente Bell is behind the camera.
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These scientists were so interested in a tiny fish they totally missed a 10-foot shark originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 1 Oct 2018 at 19:24:05 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.