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    What happens when you crack an egg 60 feet under water. / the little finger spinning gesture he uses to get the egg to move is really nice

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    • Pier Benzi

      What happens when you crack an egg 60 feet under water. / the little finger spinning gesture he uses to get the egg to move is really nice occhio alle cernie, adorano le uova!

    • Benjamin Vitale

      #science Watch what happens when we crack open a raw egg 60 feet (20 meters) below the surface! For more information about why the egg behaves like it does, as well as further videos in the series, visit www.bios.edu!

    • Pam Hoffman

      What happens when you crack an egg 60 feet under water. / the little finger spinning gesture he uses to get the egg to move is really nice ...I bet it works like that in space too! Anyone know of a video of THAT?!?

    • SandE

      Here, you can see what a cracked egg looks like 60 feet (20 meters) below the surface of the sea.

    • Karina Elida

      What happens when you crack an egg 60 feet below the surface (Classic Dump) | ScienceDump

    • lemon memori

      2011: Water Moves: The Egg!/ What happens a raw egg is cracked open 60ft under water?

    • Mae Palk

      What happens when you crack an egg underwater? (video) | Did You Know?

    • Harold Gomez

      cracking eggs 60 feet underwater..not what you expect :)

    • Lisa Courtney

      Cracking Open an Egg 60 Feet Underwater

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