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Underwater River in Mexico (exPress-o)

Yowza, fancy a swim in an underwater river? Yup, this nifty little phenomenon exists in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula called Cenote Agnelita. It’s a natural formation where hydrogen sulphate mixes with s

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Underwater River in Cave, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula called Cenote Angelita or “Little Angel” Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin

Underwater River in Cave, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula called Cenote Angelita or “Little Angel” Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin

Cenote Angelita: An Underwater River Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin underwater rivers Mexico landscapes

underwater river, Cenote Angelita, Mexico - water is hydrogen sulfate much heavier then normal salt water

Cenote Angelita: An Underwater River, Mexico. The river is actually a sort of illusion due to a phenomenon called a halocline. This “river” is a dense layer of saltwater resting at the bottom of a cave.

Photographs by Anatoly Beloshchin reveal what seems to be a hidden underwater river in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula named Cenote Angelita or Little Angel.

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Underwater River Flows Through Cenote Along Mexico's Ocean Floor

Cenote Angelita: An Underwater River Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin underwater rivers Mexico landscapes

Although it looks like something from science fiction, this gorgeous underwater river in Mexico is the real thing. Cenote Angelita photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin. See many more photos at the link:  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/07/underwater-river

Underwater River in Mexico. If you are a professional diver you should visit Cenote Angelita Mexico. These amazing pictures were taken by Anatoly Beloshchin

Underwater river, off the Yucatan Peninsula...

Underwater River

In the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the photographer Anatoly Beloshchin captures an underwater-hidden river in the bottom of Cenote Angelita. This river is actu

Cenote Angelita, underwater river off the Yucatan Peninsula

Mesmerizing Photos of Cenote Angelita, an Underwater River

In the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the photographer Anatoly Beloshchin captures an underwater-hidden river in the bottom of Cenote Angelita. This river is actu

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Underwater River

In the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the photographer Anatoly Beloshchin captures an underwater-hidden river in the bottom of Cenote Angelita. This river is actu

In parts of the world, like in the waters of Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, hydrogen sulfate mixes with saltwater, making it heavier than regular saltwater and causing it to sink to the bottom and flow like a river:

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Underwater River, Cenote Angelita, Mexico Underneath the water of Cenote Angelita is another flowing body of water. The river is full of hydrogen sulfate, which is much heavier than .

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Underwater River - Cenote Angelita in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.  The river is in a limestone cave that is flooded.  The river within the flooded fresh waters of the cave is a layer of hydrogen sulphide 1 meter thick that separates the upper 30 meters or so of freshwater from the 30-60 meters deep of saltwater below.

Underwater River

Cenote Angelita: An Underwater River Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin underwater rivers Mexico landscapes From colossal

Underwater River in Mexico (Cenote Angelita). Underneath the water of Cenote Angelita is another flowing body of water. The river is full of hydrogen sulfate, which is much heavier than normal salt water. When it sinks to the bottom, it forms a flow of its own.

Underwater River in Mexico (exPress-o)

Underwater River in Mexico (Cenote Angelita). Underneath the water of Cenote Angelita is another flowing body of water. The river is full of hydrogen sulfate, which is much heavier than normal salt water. When it sinks to the bottom, it forms a flow of it

Hidden Underwater River Flowing Under the Ocean in Mexico | Bored Panda

Hidden Underwater River Flowing Under the Ocean in Mexico

Cenote Angelita: An Underwater River Photographed by Anatoly Beloshchin underwater rivers Mexico landscapes

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