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These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

Here Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater With 71% of the earth covered with water, it’s no surprise there are hidden gems located beneath the surface.

1. The Lost Egyptian City

Until 1996, two of Egypt’s greatest cities were missing. Then along came French archeologist Franck Goddio, who made an extraordinary discovery underwater. For 1,000 years, Thonis-Heracleion was completely submerged.

At the end of the 2nd century BC, probably after a severe flood, the ground on which central island of Heracleion was built succumbed to soil liquefaction. The hard clay turned rapidly into a liquid and the buildings collapsed into the water.

2. River Under the sea

These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

There is a massive underwater river flowing along the bottom of the Black Sea. This amazing undersea river is complete with trees and leaves flowing on the sea bed, and even waterfalls!

It is estimated that if on land, the undersea river would be the world’s sixth largest in terms of the volume of water flowing through it. It is about 350 times greater than the River Thames.

3. The Underwater sculpture Park

These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

The Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park as it is known, is home to several of the sculptor’s creations, and is the world’s first underwater sculpture park. It is located off the West Coast of Grenada.

4. The Titanic

These Are The Most Amazing Things Ever Found Underwater

Titanic was a British passenger liner operated by the White Star Line that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912, after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.

The famed ocean liner was discovered in 1985 near Newfoundland under some 12,500 feet (3,800 meters) of water.

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