Mysterious underwater structure discovered off coast of Japan—said to be 14,000 years old

The world’s oceans are vast, deep, and full of unsolved mysteries. They make up more than 70 percent of the earth’s surface, and the depths have even—nay, especially—the most knowledgeable scientists mystified when it comes to some of the things that go unexplained—when you watch these top 10 mysteries of the sea, you’ll understand!

There’s the bizarre mystery of the “colossal squid,” which measures up to 46 feet long and weighs over 1,600 lbs but which has never been found intact due to the immense depths at which it preys.

And, of course, there have been found ancient, seemingly man-made ruins at the bottom of oceans, both in the Eastern and Western hemispheres—strangely located near two of the most mysterious and infamous bodies of water known to us: The Bermuda Triangle and the Devil’s Sea.

The Yonaguni ruins at the southwestern-most tip of the Japanese archipelago are a famous example of these and are claimed by some to be the remains of the legendary city of Atlantis. With many perfect “right-angles” and “stairwells,” many scientists have declared this a 14,000-year-old man-made structure said to have sunk due to an earthquake.

There’s also the possible continued existence of the 50-foot-long prehistoric shark “megalodon,” supposedly discovered by boaters out in deep waters; and the seemingly-man-made “Bimini Road” leading away from Bimini Island in the Bahamas deep under the waves.

Many of these finds are disputed by scientists, though it’s hard to dismiss a lot of what scientific measurements and instrumentation, not to mention witnesses, have reported.

For now, though, the waters still left unexplored hold enough secrets to keep the scientific community occupied for hundreds of years—so we may never know just how real some of these tales of the sea are!

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