Colonel University Seismologist Goran Extreme told National Geographic: "I do not think I've seen anything like that."
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The researchers discovered a strange, long, and flat vibration from an area described as "atypical very low frequency signal".
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The signal repeats every 17 seconds, which lasts about 20 minutes.
Nodoz Tayleffer, Head of Bureau de Recherche Géologiques (BRGM), said: "We do not know much. It's something completely new in our stations."
Researchers believe that this may be due to the massive movement of magnesium in the Indian Ocean and claims that the Mayotte Islands have actually moved 2.4 inches.
BRGM says: "These observations support the hypothesis of a combination of tectonic and volcanic effects that forms a geological phenomenon that includes seismic sequence and volcanic phenomenon.
"This hypothesis will need to be confirmed by further scientific research."
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