The Okeanos Explorer found a line of oblong holes at the bottom of the ocean, which they say look “almost human made”.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is seeking assistance in unraveling a riddle uncovered on the seabed of the Atlantic Ocean. The Okeanos Explorer discovered a series of oblong holes in the sand on Saturday, which NOAA Ocean Exploration describes as “nearly human fashioned.”
“We spotted numerous of these sublinear groups of holes in the silt on Saturday’s Okeanos dive,” NOAA Ocean Exploration reported on Facebook.
“These holes had previously been recorded from the area, but their origin is unknown. While they appear nearly human-made, the little heaps of silt surrounding the holes give the impression that they were excavated by…something.”
The group then requested hypotheses from the general population. If it’s any consolation, the dive occurred on an extended volcano on a volcanic ridge in the Atlantic.
So far, replies have ranged from “some type of mollusk under the sand blows out a vent, then slowly creeps along blowing out another vent while it rests” to “something left over from Atlantis.” Perhaps you will fare better.