AUSTIN (KXAN) - It's nature in its purest form when an underwater hunter goes to work deep-sea fishing: just him and a harpoon.
The video describes the man as focused and calm, heading 60 feet below to the sea floor.
His heart beat slows drastically at such depths, and the pressure of the water squeezes the air in his lungs to one-third its usual volume, according to the video's narration.
One on the sea floor, the man can hunt as though he's on land -- only he's under water for 2 1/2 minutes.
That's nothing, because the man can dive even deeper and hold his breath for five minutes.
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