Urban explorer finds rotting shark, dead squid in viral video from eerie aquatic graveyard
Juliette, 24, shared her ghastly sightings of a massive dead squid and a decomposed shark among others in a chilling footage
Juliette, a French urban explorer documented a frightening exploration of a derelict Spanish aquarium. She reports sighting a decomposed shark, a dead squid among others. The footage of her ghastly sightings has gone viral on social media, with over 4.7 million views on TikTok alone. The 24-year-old also posted the creepy video on YouTube, “The horror. See my exploration and you will be shocked!” she wrote in the description of the video. Juliette has more than 735,000 followers on TikTok and claims that urban exploration has been her “passion for four years”.
In the video, the young explorer is seen entering an abandoned aquarium in Spain squeezing herself through a narrow window where she encounters a range of different dead ocean denizens from a huge pink squid to skeletal starfish but the most remarkable find was the corpse of a decomposing shark. While the shark in this video is very dead, a US Coast Guard recently rescued a shark attack victim who was 'making friends with sharks' in the Bahamas and in this month itself, in Sydney, swimmer Simon Nellist was mauled to death by a shark.
“The shark is very impressive, so it definitely appeals to many,” said the Lyon, France native upon asking about her viral video. Sadly the urban explorer did not reveal the exact details of the abandoned aquarium but the viral video received a lot of applause from the viewers.
One comment read “How is it that such places are still in such good condition it’s incredible”, “Incredible I had the chills all along with me who has the phobia of fish of all kinds, it would be cool to have other videos like this if possible of course”
A few years ago a video of an abandoned wildlife park in Australia went viral after a carcass of a giant great white shark was discovered eerily floating in a tank filled with formaldehyde. The gloomy interiors of the run-down building at Bass, eastern Victoria, can be seen filled with litter, broken furniture, old appliances, torn wallpaper, and shattered windows. Inside a tank in the almost pitch-black shed, floats the dead five-meter shark. The shark had been allegedly found in 1998 in tuna fishing nets off the South Australian coasts. The abandoned park was reportedly closed down in 2012 by the Department of Sustainability and Environment, the Daily Mail reported.