15 Strangest Things Found By Deep Sea Divers!Jul 21, 2023
diversswimming into watery depths again and again, advancing another thirty meters into the cave? Something is starting to feel different apparently are the mysteries that the sea continues to reveal, the treasures
foundin watery tombs and the strange circumstances under which many
thingsare discovered, from the sea creatures held in a cell at the bottom of the ocean to the enormous artifact submarine. Here are 15
divers. Before we begin, make sure to hit the like button, subscribe to our channel, and click the notification. bell for more amazing videos every day that being said, let's start with number 15 chained animals a group of divers were heartbroken to make a shocking discovery last march when the group set out to explore the waters of koyoka indonesia the waters surrounding koyoka are beautiful and Perfect for tourists, it is the ideal place to swim, since the water is crystal clear and contains various types of marine life.
Plus, the weather is almost always impeccable. What the divers found there was anything but pristine, more of a nightmare in which they could not wake up at the bottom of the ocean there were a variety of cages inside these cages there were two dugongs, a mother and a baby, the conditions of these cages They were terrible and the pair didn't seem comfortable with the mother's tail completely chained, so she couldn't move at all. Dugongs are close relatives of manatees and are currently on the brink of extinction, so when divers discovered that a fisherman was keeping them captive for commercial purposes, they knew there was no moment to lose.
Discovering that the fisherman was using the dewgongs to attract tourists and in exchange for money he would allow them to see them closer and interact with them, the divers asked him to free the poor people, which he initially refused but then agreed to the next day. that the divers found. This was suspicious and rightly so, they stayed there to document the situation and posted images all over social media in response. This caught attention online and the next day wildlife authorities arrived and found them still trapped in their cages. The fisherman had lied. There were no surprises for the authorities. forced him to free them, let's hope it didn't take them long to recover from their 14th ordeal the yanagooni pyramid the yanaguni monument is a large and rather intriguing rock formation found underwater off the coast of yanagouni, japan, has There have been many discussions in the past about how natural the site is and whether it has been modified throughout history, with many believing it is a man-made structure, while others have considered the alien to be responsible.
The structure is said to be part of an ancient civilization that lived on Earth more than a millennium before us. Many agree that it appears to take the shape of an ancient landing platform. The monument contains fairly fine sand and shales which are argued to have been deposited about 20 million years earlier. Most formations are connected to the underlying rock. mask while the main feature of the monument is a rectangular shaped formation that measures around 150 by 40 meters and around 27 meters high and its summit is about 5 meters below sea level number 13 the city of the lion the lion city also known as xi cheng is an ancient city that was submerged over time, it is now located at the foot of wushi mountain, about 25 to 40 meters below the spectacular lake chandao in china, in 2014 there was renewed interest in the sunken city by officials following the strange discovery that the city that spent more than 50 years underwater is somehow still completely intact the structure was open to tourists as a diving attraction and a convenient underwater museum in 2017.
Filled to the brim with unique architecture and carvings dating back almost 1400 years, it is a spectacular sight as this ancient city appears. It was built sometime during the Eastern Han Dynasty approximately between 25 and 200 AD. and was first established as a county around 208 AD. It was also the center of politics and economy in the eastern province of Xi Jiang. In 1959, the Chinese government made the rather questionable decision to build a hydroelectric plant. This plant included the construction of an artificial lake that completely submerged Xichang under 40 meters. of water a sad day in history but a step forward for the 12th power generation in the depths of the Baltic Sea The ocean is home to many amazing and strange creatures and over the years researchers have made some Really crazy discoveries in the depths of a vast area.
It is practically impossible for man to discover everything that he contains in a given life. However, professional diver Stefan. Hogerborn always hopes to achieve such a feat. Team member Ocean had sunk to the bottom of the ocean, after much research, the object has not yet been officially identified and many compare its appearance to the legendary Millennium Falcon spaceship from the Star Wars franchise. This would be normal for most marine biologists and
deep-sea explorers, however, Ocean X reported that when they approached the object, they experienced many electrical failures in their equipment. It was only when they moved 200 meters away that things began to stabilize.
They have since decided that the object was some type of extraterrestrial UFO or spacecraft that had miraculously sunk. Speculation about the ocean floor has been rampant since its discovery with many believing it has extraterrestrial origins, while others think it could be a sunken ship belonging to the Russians. The mysterious spherical object has illuminated the world as millions search for answers. its origins and how the 11th submarine of the Russian empire arrived there. A long search and rescue project was recently completed after 20 years of hard work. The Ocean maritime worker this ship recently arrived in sweden with a cargo of cognac and liquor said to be more than a century old these liquors were possibly the final shipment of liquor for the russia of sar nicolas ii the purpose of the deep sea worker was rescue bottles in a reasonable depth between the waters of sweden and finland the importance of this find should not be overlooked not only were cognac and liqueurs considered rare but they were also part of an important piece of russian imperial history bacardi the owner of the Benedictine brand was understandably excited to hear of the findings, as the brand dates back over 500 years, when it was first created by French monks and left to ferment for so many years, it is likely to be a very Fort number 10, the sunken pirate city, Port Royal Jamaica, was everything you expected.
Since the pirate life of the 17th century, the city was filled with all manner of individuals displaying questionable behavior, many were responsible for vigorous looting, treasure hunting, drinking and gambling, so it is no surprise that Port Royal It was often described as the most evil city in the world, yet it is the richest port in the world. The West Indies met their bitter end on June 7, 1692 after a powerful earthquake that caused almost the entire city to sink into the sea. Over 300 years, Port Royal has become one of the largest and most sought after archaeological sites in the Caribbean.
Unfortunately, very little of the city was recovered and it wasn't exactly mapped either, at least that's what we thought. A University of Nottingham project has used optical mapping and robotic technology to scan the lost city in high resolution. The results are expected. This will help support the hopes of Jamaica's application to obtain world heritage status for the site. The aftermath of the earthquake and sinking left more than 1,600 dead and a city that only existed for 37 years was ruined and submerged. The archaeological site is very important. Today, when the earthquake occurred, many aspects of daily existence in the city were preserved at that exact moment.
The city now lies sealed under silt in Kingston's Port Number 9. The Titanic. The sinking of the Titanic is possibly one of the world's greatest disasters. Emblematic of history last year new images emerged of the view of the shipwreck that struck an iceberg and sank in 1912. These images are the first we have seen in 14 years and are very disturbing compared to what was seen before, the ship looks pretty creepy now. and is in the worst state of it, as it seems to be dissolving due to the effects of salt water, strong currants and bacteria. World famous ocean explorer Victor Vescovo and his team carried out an expedition that involved five dives over eight days.
Twelve thousand feet in the very cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean using a submersible specially designed to handle the environment and sea level pressures. The goal was to capture some new images for a new National Geographic documentary. This was not the first time the team had happened Over the wreckage, however, this time they were surprised to see how much the ship had deteriorated over the past decade. Many of the ship's iconic components, such as the valve from the 1997 film I'm King of the World scene, were now completely unrecognizable and slowly disappearing to the bottom of the ocean, the captain's bathtub had also completely disappeared under a cover. collapsed.
Researchers believe that in the coming decades the ship will completely deteriorate and disappear forever. This is a sad truth, but unfortunately it is inevitable. As a sign of respect to those who perished during this great tragedy, the crew placed a wreath next to the remains and held a brief ceremony to honor those who were lost more than a year ago. century. 8 underwater circles that many of you will have heard of. the mysterious crop circles that conspiracy theorists have fun with, but have you ever heard of underwater circles? These circles have been called ocean crop circles and it is suggested that they are patterned and over seven feet in diameter.
They were first seen in 1995 in Japan by local divers who regarded them as an enigma for the next 16 years. Diving researchers and other water experts scratched their heads wondering about the origins of these mysterious circles. In 2011, the reason for their existence finally came to light when they discovered the pufferfish. They could create these elaborate designs to attract their female counterparts. Upon closer inspection, the fish would spend a good amount of time building their respective circles using their fins to dig around the sand. The quality of each circle is said to determine the female's choice of mate, so it is no wonder that males spend so much time perfecting their mysterious individual circles number seven the cancun underwater museum the cancun underwater museum is easily the largest of its kind on planet earth originally known as musa or muzio subaquario de arte the museum welcomes large numbers of tourists each year, with official figures exceeding 700,000 in total, the cancun underwater museum houses an interesting combination of statues ranging from themes such as the greed of capital to the holistic and simplistic life of the fishing community.
The place is well hidden as it is carefully hidden between the islands of Cancun and Isla Mujeres, which are located on the coast of Mexico and its surroundings, this museum has more than 500 realistic and life-sized installations that are completely submerged in water . It enjoys world preservation status as it promotes marine diversity among its facilities. This is the perfect place. For all the ocean and museum enthusiasts and who knows, it could be the site of your next vacation offering the joy of swimming around one of the most beautiful and picturesque pieces of art and sculpture in the world.
What more can you ask for if this is not a true definition? of the art that came to life then what is the number six underwater structures of zekenthos divers and researchers were sure they had discovered the ruins of a lost Greek city ruins that were the result of a city perished by tidal waves that hit the coasts of the zakinthos island, however, new research has unraveled the true circumstances of these ruins. These findings were published in the journal of marine and petroleum geology and have indicated that the site was the result of a natural geological phenomenon that took place around the Pliocene about 5 million years ago discoveredby divers.
Several experts then carefully examined the site. The scientists used X-ray and microscope techniques to see if they could unravel more details of the mineral content and texture of the underwater formation. The research team discovered that the hard, donut-shaped solid masses were a type of surface sub-fault that allowed gases to escape from their depths. The solid masses rarely form in seawater, but can be quite common in seawater. Microbridge sediments exhumed by natural erosion were exposed on the seabed. The research team was sure that such a phenomenon was extremely rare in such shallow waters and unlikely to occur regularly, hence interest number five the city lost of cleopatra the ancient ruins of cleopatra are actually submerged at this point, having sunk into the sea over a millennium ago like many ancient cities and ruins, historians and scientists are convinced that earthquakes and tidal waves had something to do with The end of Cleopatra's city and her iconic palace.
The ruins can be found under the Mediterranean Sea just off the coast of Alexandria, which is a large Egyptian city, although there is little information about the lost city. Great strides were made to revive and recover significant portions with excavations beginning in 1998. Many things were discovered during this process, including shipwrecks, a statue of a goddess, and also a sphinx. There is a lot of ground to cover there for it not to be surprising that there is still more to find two decades after the initial excavations number four dwarka there has always been an element of uncertainty when it comes to the origins of India and the same can be said of its numerous religious geographical places.
In fact, there are many pilgrimage sites that have a great sacred and mythological background. There are also many stories. circulating about the location of India's most important ancient sites, but there is still a lot to learn about one in particular. Dwarka, this ancient city dates back to 3200 BC. C., which makes it older than the Harappan society according to mythology. Dwarka was the city where the eighth avatar of Vishnu once resided, it is also the place that was considered the kingdom of Lord Krishna, who supposedly built the city. Contemporary historians and archaeologists simply ignore theories that the city was completely submerged by a large wave, but it is certainly possible that the city was hit by something.
More than 30,000 years ago there was much superstition that the ancient city was under some kind of curse, but the number three experts have not yet confirmed whether that is a fact or simply a myth. This Roman city has been compared to cities like Las Vegas. It was almost like a resort that catered to the wealthy Roman elite. The city was also famous for its hot springs because it was located above volcanic events. Unfortunately, Bailey did not last as it was looted and dismantled by the Sorakans during the 8th century, in 1500, the once beloved city was completely abandoned due to volcanic vents, water slowly rising around the city and soon the location that once was luxurious ceased to exist.
Today, the ancient city can be visited by tourists to the point of being located in one of only a few underwater archaeological parks, tourists can view remains of crumbling structures and well-preserved statues through glass-bottom boats. For those more interested, you can dive and investigate for yourself what was once the great home of many number 2 pavlo petri pavlo. Petri is easily one of the oldest sunken cities in the Mediterranean, having been in place since 3000 BC. C. considering its age, it is crazy to think that it was only discovered in 1967. The ruins of the city include many roads, gardens, houses, temples and even a cemetery.
Since then, many urban planners have been surprised by the city and how it was designed, some believing it was better than modern buildings and city designs. Around 2009 further studies were carried out on the city and it was theorized that the city was completely submerged due to a series of earthquakes which submerged almost nine hectares despite these earthquakes, however experts believe that many of the buildings still They are very visible and recognizable today, the site is easily accessible to tourists, although experts are not particularly keen on this as they would like to preserve the ancient city as much as possible due to its age and architecture, I cannot say that blame them, really number one, the giant pyrosome, after much research and investigation, it is obvious that there is no other place on earth that houses stranger creatures than ocean pyrosomes.
Under this category, these free-floating gelatinous marine animals and vertebrates occupy the upper layers of the ocean and, particularly in warmer seas, these creatures are cylinder-shaped and made up of colonies of thousands of individuals. These colonies differ in size, some are less than a centimeter while others can measure several meters in length. The individuals in each colony are called zooids and only measure millimeters. They are embedded in each other to form the gelatinous tunic, making them somewhat whole. As a result, each zooid becomes It opens to the inside and outside of the tube to filter ocean water into the colony and at the same time draw out the microscopic plants that feed on the colony.
It is quite bumpy from the outside, each bump representing each individual zoid within. pyrosomes are planktonic like the evil little green one that appears in the SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon. square pants because they are a board tonic, they do not necessarily control their movements, these movements are created by currents, tides and waves within the ocean, they are also brilliantly bioluminescent, allowing them to emit a bright blue light visible for several meters along over the years. Many sailors have been invited to virtual light shows due to the glow reflected by the pyrosomes. There won't be many people who haven't heard the story of the Titanic and how it came to rest in the deep, dark depths of the ocean floor, but that's just one part of the history books, there are many other great mysteries that have been solved by divers over the years and most are just as intriguing.
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