Volcano under the sea
VOV quoted marineinsight.com as saying that some volcanoes are active in the world, they often disturb the surrounding life. The seabed has also seen similar volcanic eruptions at times. According to the documents, the ocean has the largest volcanic system on Earth, most of which are located at an average depth of 2,600 meters above sea level. An estimated 75% of annual lava volume is generated through underwater vents or fissures in the seafloor.
While most active underground volcanoes are located in deep water, a few are in shallow water, often revealing their presence by discharging lava high above the surface. Scientists estimate there are more than 1 million underground volcanoes and of these, a few even rise more than 1 km above the sea floor during eruptions.
Sculpture Park in Molinere . Bay
The Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park is located just off the west coast of Grenada. Although this underwater attraction is very unique, it also looks quite creepy.
The underwater wonderland tour will show you where sculptures like “The Vicissitudes” are displayed, a work of 26 Grenadian children holding hands in a circle.
The only underwater cemetery in the world called “Neptune Memorial Reef” located just off the coast of Florida, USA features cement columns and elaborately built lion statues.
When the ashes are placed here, the family of the deceased can still visit, but the move is a bit “more cumbersome”. After traveling by boat, they will undergo a snorkeling session. Located at a depth of 15 meters, the cemetery grounds are designed not much differently on land with a gate opening to the entrance.
The rock that stands in the middle of the ocean
Rockall – a rock about 30 meters wide standing in the middle of the ocean, 466km off the UK coast – has only been set by less than 20 people. But the mysterious thing about this island is that around it there are many boat accidents of unknown cause.
Sea monsters can really exist. It is estimated that about 86% of the animal species on earth are still undiscovered. Maybe one of them is actually a monster.
Until 2001, a giant squid was thought to be a terrible mythical creature.
So far, we have only explored 5-7% of the ocean floor, and 1% of the ocean itself.