Artifacts, questions raised from shipwrecks Your Houston News For now, the area of the historic discovery is called the "Monterrey Shipwreck” because Monterrey is what Shell Oil had named the area when they were exploring it for potential drilling.
Dexterous 600kg crab robot to explore and claw at shipwrecks Wired.co.uk A two-metre high, six-legged crab-shaped robot called Crabster CR200, has been put to the test under water near Geoje City in South Korea.
Deepest Shipwrecks Found In Gulf Of Mexico Sky News They came to rest 4,360ft (1300m) below the surface, making them the deepest Gulf or North American shipwrecks to have been systematically investigated by researchers.
Scuba divers interested in immersing themselves in history as well as the deep blue sea will want to head to Bermuda this fall for an unusual adventure. (Do you love scuba diving and history? Explore an underwater lost ship in Bermuda.
Today it is one of a dozen charted shipwrecks in the 400-square-mile West Michigan Underwater Preserve (WMUP), our state's newest underwater museum. The Preserve was dedicated in 2012 and is open to the public.
Humans have been sailing the seas for hundreds of thousands of years, and we have been bringing our valuables with us! It is suspected that humans have been sailing ... (What sorts of treasures are waiting for you under the sea?
Daily Mail The river UNDER the sea: Haunting images of scuba diver exploring mysterious ... Daily Mail The phenomenon can only be seen in person by extremely skilled scuba divers who can cope with exploring the depths of the 180ft pit.
Artifacts, questions raised from shipwrecks Your Houston News A cannon rests atop other cannon in a jumble of artifacts in a trio of shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico.They were recently investigated by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the...
HeritageDaily World's oldest shipwreck reveals incredible cargo HeritageDaily An entire decade of archaeological investigation into what is the world's oldest known shipwreck has revealed a vast cornucopia of ancient treasures, and the wreck was...
Beach-goers at the fossil-rich Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England were recently alarmed to discover what appeared to be an absolutely enormous dragon skull in the sand. It is said to be about 40 feet long, 8 feet wide and 9 feet tall.
Bethany Bronson was swimming with her kids when her husband, Captain Hyrum Bronson, returned home early from deployment to Afghanistan and surprised them by scuba diving behind their backs! His family definitely did ...
Popular Photography Magazine Underwater Photography: How To Shoot New Depths Popular Photography Magazine Exploring the murky depths and illuminating the life below—that's the real purpose of underwater photography, right?