There are more historical artifacts found under the sea and the ocean, which should set the record straight with how many hundreds of feet underwater there is. Fortunately, we review together the most interesting discoveries made by deep-sea divers throughout history. From endless treasures, abandoned ships, locomotives, and ancient ruins, you are bound to be fascinated by what is to come.
1- 13,000 year old Human Skull
Although shipwrecks, ancient artifacts, and sunken cities are interesting finds, deep-sea divers also come across some spooky things, too! That caught the divers' interest as they discovered remains of the human body (from whole skeletons, bones, and even human skulls) back To thousands of years.
It is strange to find such things at the bottom of the sea. Although there is no exact reason as to how they got there, we can only imagine that these vehicles either fell off cargo ships, were thrown on purpose, or were even stolen and thrown into the water.
The motorcycles, however, will remain under the sea for some time, allowing marine life to thrive and feed on the mineral, becoming home to millions of water bacteria. So, if you've ever wondered where your Harley Davidson once went, there's a good chance it's at the bottom of the sea.
Next on the list is a scary and scary sea creature. Jellyfish are somewhat of a threat if you get stung by one of their painful stings, however, these giant jellyfish are on a whole other level.
Giant jellyfish, commonly known as "Lion's Mane Jellyfish" is the largest known species of jellyfish.
Confined to the frigid northern waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic, and North Pacific, three oceans you can now officially avoid to eliminate the possibility of being stung by one of these fearsome sea creatures.
These animals have the largest eyes of any animal proportional to their size. They live 10,000 feet below the surface in the meso-marine and deep-marine regions of the world's temperate and tropical oceans and can survive in the low-oxygen environment in those layers.
Countless statues have been discovered at the bottom of the sea, including Polynesian Moai Status such as the one pictured. Divers have discovered these Moai Easter Island-like statues in several regions around the world, however, they have discovered several in Cancun, Isla Mujeres, and Punta Nizuc, Mexico.
These full-body statues, which have been around for hundreds of thousands of years, managed to find themselves, along with other artifacts in Polynesia and Aztecs, at the bottom of the sea, some of which have been found, while others remain undiscovered for sure.
These bulbous creatures are hard to spot because they are reclusive by nature. The two-foot-long fish nest on sea floors up to a mile deep off California’s coast, and the males guard the eggs until they hatch.
finally , there are many things are founded under the sea and the oceans , thats amazing discovering and great efforts