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WATCH: Scientists experience rare scene at seabed in California

A whale skeleton at the seabed left scientists impressed by a scene filled with activity that they did not imagine.

The whale’s death ended up as a source of life for other creatures, with a number of octopuses, fish, crabs, worms and other creature feeding off its remains.

While scenes of fish eating the carcasses of whales at the sea surface is not a new thing, when the remains of a whale sink, such scenes become rarer.

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