Discover 6 mysterious deep sea sounds
Underwater microphones have captured these peculiar sounds in the deep sea: Bloop, Julia, Upsweep, Slow Down, Train, Whistle
Have you ever heard of Bloop? And what about Julia? Do you know Slowdown, Whistle Upsweep or Train?
These aren’t nicknames of people but were given to a series of low-frequency sounds recorded by deep-sea microphones. And they are all damn spooky.
These sounds were first picked up by military posts listening for enemy subs. Scientists say they do not match any whale calls or songs (except the bio-duck noise).
Whatever is making them is HUGE… and mysterious! And considering how little we actually know about the deep seas, it’s conceivable that there could be some very large monsters swimming down there.
There are some weird noises bouncing around the deep seas. But what’s causing the big bloops? I hope you enjoyed these 6 unexplained deep sea sounds.