Ocean engineer Brennan Phillips made a discovery in an underwater volcano in the Solomon Islands. The camera’s found footage of three species scalloped hammerhead shark, the silky shark and the sixgill stingray.
The camera was able to examine inside the activity of the volcano, and provided footage life. The most recent eruption occurred in January 2014.
The camera was lowered into acidic water and travelled 20 metres (66 Feet) below the surface and landed inside the crater at 45 metres (147 feet). These species are living in a place where they could die at anytime.