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What Happens When You Crack an Egg at the “Bottom of the Ocean?”

Shane Brown is a Hawaii-based diver and content creator who has more than 10 million TikTok followers for his various underwater videos.

Brown posted a TikTok video where he cracked an egg at what he calls “the bottom of the ocean.” Although a bit of an overstatement, the free diver cracked the egg at about 45 feet below the surface. “I heard if you crack an egg at the bottom of the ocean, something crazy happens,” Brown says.

The clip, which has 49 million views and counting, shows him tapping the egg on his GoPro camera. What happens next, is best left to the video.

You can follow Brown at @shangerdanger

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