76 thoughts on ““Unknown sonar anomaly”

  1. Today is an exciting day of exploration as we explore an unknown sonar anomaly during the seventh dive of the Windows to the Deep 2019 expedition. Last year we found this anomaly in our high resolution mapping data. Starting around 9 am ET help us discover what this sonar anomaly is – be it an archaeology site, a geological formation, or otherwise!

    Careful, now.

      1. To make this more non-marine biologist friendly, sometimes I don't catch what they're saying, so they should have like a CC of the names.

        1. Good point, even the YouTube main page doesn't offer closed captioning.
          I'd watch that, for edification reasons and the inevitable misspellings and AI interpretative fails

          "Gosh, just look at the testicles on that octopus!"

    1. Anyway, if anyone wants to see sharks eating a bilfish, it's most of the last hour of today's stream.

      eta: Well, I guess the replay won't be up for a coupla days.

    1. To be fair to whomever Stu Rothenberg is, he admits he's a horse–race kinda guy.
      So now I know to ignore if I see his name.

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    1. "When you have clothes on you're so cloistered – you just want to get them off again, particularly in this weather."

      Something else you need to know: "Sunscreen".

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