How is there such thing as a river underwater you ask?
Well I’ll tell you, it is called a cenote.
A cenote occurs when hydrogen sulfate mixes with saltwater causing it to be much heavier than regular salt water. The mixture sinks to the bottom, and there is a distinct separation between the two kinds of water. The lower part flows and looks just like a river.
This place is in Mexico and is called the Cenote Angelita.
The word “Cenote” is pronounced, “say-no-tay” and is derived from the Mayan word, “Dzonot” which means sacred well.
The changes in water color look so eerie, but very beautiful.
It almost looks like the scuba divers are swimming in the air.
… like you could go swimming in the river, but you’re already swimming!
This guy gets what I’m saying.
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