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Underwater explosions in extreme slow motion look totally mesmerising

Sticking a tiny firework into a fishing tank and watching it go off is, on the surface, a fairly unimpressive sight — but when you watch the thing burst apart at 120,000 frames per second it's a whole different story. SEE ALSO: Flinging a hammer at a mirror in extreme slow motion has unexpected results For their latest video, Gav and Dan from The Slow Mo Guys capture miniature explosions underwater.
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