This scuba diver cracks a raw egg underwater, and what happens is pretty darn cool. When the egg shell is removed, the raw egg stays perfectly intact. The yolk floats inside of the clear egg-white orb as the scuba diver moves it around. Now I know what the inside of an unbroken egg looks like, and my love for eggs has grown even more!
"When you crack an egg underwater the water pressure assumes the role of the eggshell, exerting an inward force that keeps the egg yolk and whites intact."