Underwater river of hydrogen sulfide in Cenote Angelita, Mexico - video

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Underwater river of hydrogen sulfide in Cenote Angelita, Mexico - video

It looks like a river but its not, this is the effect of Hydrogen molecules under the water!

From professional diver Anatoly Beloshchin in a cave at Cenote Angelita, Mexico:

We are 30 meters deep, fresh water, then 60 meters deep salty water and under me I see a river, island and fallen leaves Actually, the river, which you can see, is a layer of hydrogen sulfide.



The word “Cenote” is pronounced, say-no-tay and is derived from the Mayan word, “Dzonot” which means sacred well. A combination of various geological events and climate changes created an incredible and unique ecosystem in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.

These caves and underground rivers were created naturally over 6,500 years ago. Over the past 20 years, experienced scuba divers have explored these caves discovering more than 300 miles of interconnected passageways and caves that make up this amazing one of a kind ecosystem.

more: http://www.cenoteangelita.com/

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By netchicken: posted on 31-12-2009








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