Deep-sea Creatures by Mauna Loa Volcano
Posted: October 11, 2016 Filed under: Articles, News, Teasers
The deep sea adjacent to Mauna Loa Volcano contained deep-sea creatures such as the goblin shark and angler fish.
In 1922, the lava from Mauna Loa crawled into the ocean and killed deep-sea fish. Their cooked carcasses floated on the surface and washed up on shore, puzzling local fishermen and scientists.
Read more about it in “Monsters from Ocean Depths Unknown to Science.”
“Monsters from Ocean Depths Unknown to Science”
The Washington times, April 2, 1922, Image 51