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Two EXTREMELY rare megamouth sharks captured on video off the coast of San Diego by fishermen


Two extremely rare megamouth sharks were captured on video off the coast of San Diego.

David Stabile was fishing with his friends Val Costescu and Andrew Chang about 30 miles offshore when they saw the megamouth sharks. 

‘This weekend my friends and I went fishing off the coast of San Diego and video taped two of the most elusive sharks on this planet. Here’s some cool footage I took of the two Megamouth Sharks,’ Stabile wrote on Twitter. 

In the videos, which were shared on Twitter and Facebook, the sharks can be seen slowly swimming very close to the boat. One swims closer to the surface while the other can be seen a feet below it, moving almost in the other’s shadow.

Two extremely rare megamouth sharks were captured on video by a fisherman off the coast of San Diego this week

Two extremely rare megamouth sharks were captured on video by a fisherman off the coast of San Diego this week 

David Stabile was fishing with his friends Val Costescu and Andrew Chang about 30 miles offshore when they saw the megamouth sharks

David Stabile was fishing with his friends Val Costescu and Andrew Chang about 30 miles offshore when they saw the megamouth sharks

The second megamouth shark was captured off of Santa Catalina Island and is displayed at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Above: Children peer into a stuffed specimen of a megamouth shark at Tokai University Marine Science Museum in Japan

The second megamouth shark was captured off of…



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