12 Underwater Places Scarier Than the Mariana Trench

 

12 Underwater Places Scarier Than the Mariana Trench



The Mariana Trench is the deepest and probably the most enigmatic place on Earth. Whatever that means. Bizarre creatures, such as deep-sea anglerfish, frilled and goblin sharks, barreleye fish, hatchetfish live in a crescent-shaped trench in the Western Pacific. Just three people have ever descended down the Challenger Deep in the southern end of the Mariana Trench. There, at a depth of almost 11,000 ft, vents are bubbling up carbon dioxide and liquid sulfur. But did you know that there are places no less mysterious and creepy than the Mariana Trench? If bizarre places with a notorious reputation don't frighten you, how about visiting the Bermuda Triangle? This is really one of the weirdest places on Earth and some people even believe the mythical city of Atlantis lies at the bottom of the triangle. They claim its inhabitants use extraterrestrial technologies to sink ships and crash airplanes. #brightside TIMESTAMPS:
The Mariana Trench 0:01
The Yucatán Peninsula 0:51
The Von Damm Vent Field 1:23
The Great Blue Hole 2:01
Champagne seeps 2:54
Silfra 3:32
The Gulf of Corryvreckan 4:10
The Ross Sea Ice Shelf 5:00
The Bermuda Triangle 5:50
Cape Desolation in Greenland 7:14
The Gakkel Ridge 7:46
The Cuban underwater city 8:27
The Sargasso Sea 9:07
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