Underwater Universe

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The great mysteries in life are beneath us. And what is above us? The ocean and the sea world have always been a mystery for mankind. For years, we’ve been trying to explore the ocean, dive deep into the water and find out what there is.

Through history, tidal waves have drowned us. Storm surges have sunk cities. Hurricanes fueled by the ocean have caused terrible havoc.

The average person thinks of the ocean as a safe place. The sea and the beach are a place for peace and tranquility. But the ocean is one of the deadliest zones on Earth.

The underwater universe explores the seven deadliest zones in the ocean, relieving some of history’s worst moments. The ocean has been direct cause for tsunamis, hurricanes, whirlpools, floods, shipping graveyards, and so much more.

With that in mind, you might consider the not so safe place after watching the documentary.

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