Wednesday, December 16, 2009

A River Under The Sea

If you're a diver, you should visit Cenote Angelita, Mexico. There's a cave there. If you dive to depths of 30 meters, the water is a fresh water, but if you dive to depths of more than 60 meters, the water turns salty, there you can see a 'river bank', complete with trees and foliage leaves. But of course, it's not a common river, it's a layer of hydrogen sulfide, but it looks like a river ... amazing isn't it?

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Anonymous said...

amazing God.. he is the most powerful..

Anonymous said...

Subhanallah......If God want to do something, it's done.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info.

" Hydrogen sulfide, H2S, is a colorless gas, toxic, flammable, and smells like rotten eggs.

These gases can arise from biological activity when bacteria break down organic material in a state without oxygen (anaerobic activity), such as in the swamp, the sea and sewage. Gas was also featured on the gas arising from volcanic activity and natural gas."

Amazing Nature!!!!!

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