Here’s What an Earthquake Looks Like Underwater

Have you ever wondered what an earthquake looks like under water?

Well, a group of divers in the Philippines found out first-hand. While filming their dive, an earthquake that measured 5.6 on the Richter Scale shook the bottom of the ocean. Jan Paul Rodriguez was holding the camera when the earthquake occurred.

“It felt like there was a huge propeller of a big boat turning around directly above us,” he said to Newsflare. “We heard underwater the trembling of rocks under the ground and we felt the shock wave, it hurt our ears, feeling heavy breathing and sudden changes in pressure. The seabed pumped up and down immediately followed by a strong shaking of the ground and small rocks falling.” For more on this click here.

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