Broodstock and moms are permanently stuck inside the sponge and must be inert to witness the cubes coming through the holes to escape.
The story of a pair of permanently stuck shrimps cannot be left out of the block, also known as the sea of natural material program Blue Planet II on the BBC channel, which has touched many viewers, Long Room reported yesterday.
The shrimp are stuck due to their size.
At the bottom of the deep ocean of the Pacific Ocean, pan-filmmakers filmed the inner world of the sea lettuce named "Venus's flower basket" (Venus' flower basket) , which is the only place to live. people live. Two shrimps were swept into the sponge when they were larvae and grew up after the protective wall made of thin filaments. They reach adulthood and begin to reproduce.
But unlike the juveniles that can squeeze through holes in the sponge wall to escape, the shrimp are stuck due to their size . "My lovely pair of shrimp stuck in the foam made me cry!" , a person watching the comment program on social networks.
The process of recording Blue Planet gathered about 1,000 people from manufacturers to deep divers, researchers and scientists, film crews, helicopter pilots and drone control specialists. About 125 expeditions were conducted across the oceans, with 1,500 days at sea and 6,000 hours underwater.