455108Massive underwater waves detected south of New Zealand are drawing researchers from Australia and the United States. The mystery surrounding the underwater waves reportedly the size of skyscrapers have been travelling for days in the ocean. According to scientists, the underwater waves or internal tides, are responsible for nutrient distribution and the regulation of ocean temperatures. The internal tides normally move in several horizontal directions but the Tasman underwater wave forming at the Macquarie Ridge off the New Zealand coast is the only wave known to move in one direction toward Tasmania. Radio NZ reported that scientists from the T-Beam expedition have been studying the mysterious underwater wave from two ships: the Falkor and Roger Revelle. The Falkor is expected to move toward the Macquarie Ridge on Saturday while the Roger Revelle will head toward Tasmania or the area where the giant wave reaches the coast. More