There is often a lot of mystery around caves. And while there are probably many over the land that is still unexplored, the ones under the water are even more mysterious. As it happens, the water body on earth is anyway vastly unexplored, so can you imagine the number of caves that are hidden in this area? Well, two divers, recently went inside one such cave where they found carvings that supposedly date to the 1800s, and even loads of spiders and bats along the way. Here is all you need to know about this underwater cave.
Joe Oceanside Explores An Underwater Cave
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Joe Oceanside is a YouTuber who constantly uploads videos of him exploring the water. According to a report by Hindustan Times, about a month ago, he uploaded a video titled Terrifying Snorkelling In This Underwater Cave, wherein he is seen exploring the cave along with a fellow diver. This cave starts off narrow and then opens into a wider area. However, it’s not without a sign of caution, asking divers to go back and not risk their life. While they are just equipped with their snorkelling gear, these two divers do advise others not to go exploring such caves without any proper supervision.
It Houses Bats, Spiders & Carvings Said to Date Back To 1800s
Talking about the cave itself, it is a creepy maze of tunnels that may leave people losing their sense of direction. Housing, several creepy bats and spiders, they even found carvings that are supposedly dating back to the 1800s. Sounds fascinating, doesn’t it? Well, this underwater maze is certainly not for the faint-hearted and is bound to make people feel claustrophobic. While this is not cave diving, as mentioned in the description, they’re just swimming through the open-air cave so it is definitely suggested that people not attempt this without proper scuba diving training.
Doesn’t it all sound terrifyingly intriguing? Well, it is dangerous and thrilling at the same time, so it is definitely advisable to not attempt such acts without proper training!
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