Ganito pala ang Mangyayari kapag Binasag mo ang Itlog sa Ilalim ng Dagat!


Eggs are a part of the daily needs of every single person in the world. Poultry farmers make sure that every egg that they deliver to the consumers are fresh and good for the health.



There is a wide variety of use for eggs. The most basic one is for consumption. Sometimes it can also be an alternative to health and beauty products. Whatever the use of eggs may be one thing is clear, we need eggs for our daily lives.

We are all aware of what happens to an egg once you break the shell. The slimy content of the albumen and the yolk will appear thus making it accessible to what you want to do with it.

But have you ever wondered what happens if you are going to crack open an egg under the sea? That is really something unusual and we’re pretty sure that it is not something everyone has seen.
The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science released a video showing a diver freely cracked open a raw egg 60 feet underwater. The depth is measured to be 20 meters.

It surely is one of the satisfying footages that you will see in your life. After removing the shell of the egg, it floated in the water like it is a melted wax inside a lava lamp.

The albumen still covers the yolk as if it is protecting the yolk. It moves around the rhythm of the water.

As the divers play around with the water, the egg follows the lead. It is really a stunning clip that will make you want to hit the play button several times.

Watch the video below:



Many people want to try this experiment the next time that they visit the beach.

Ganito pala ang Mangyayari kapag Binasag mo ang Itlog sa Ilalim ng Dagat! Ganito pala ang Mangyayari kapag Binasag mo ang Itlog sa Ilalim ng Dagat! Reviewed by Manager on 10:05 AM Rating: 5

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