Researchers at the Hatfield Marine Science Centre were shocked to hear the wailing noise while monitoring deep-sea whale communications in the Pacific Ocean’s Mariana Trench.This is your Mother calling?
Lasting around three seconds, the moaning noise hits super-low, and then super-high frequencies.
The experts’ best guess is that they picked up a never before heard whale call while monitoring the uncharted depths.
Marine experts sent a machine called a hydrophone down to the deepest part of the trench, which lies between Japan and Australia.
The hydrophone can travel through the sea for months at a time and dive up to 3,281 feet.
It's there that it picked up the strange booming sound.
Monday, December 19, 2016
Who's calling down there?
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