Has the “road to the Atlantic” been found on the Pacific floor?

uAn underwater expedition to the bottom of the waters north of the Hawaiian Islands made it possible to find a path made of yellow pavement.

The discovery was made on the Pacific Ocean by the research vessel Nautilus, which is currently guarding the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM).

PMNM is the world’s largest marine protected area, larger than all U.S. natural parks combined, writes El Mundo. However, only 3% of this seabed farm has been surveyed to date.

Researchers at the Ocean Exploration Trust are exploring space at a depth of 3,000 meters in a saga that can be watched on YouTube, where adventure videos are shared daily.

This group was surprised by a recent discovery of a brick street. “It’s a road to Atlantis,” says one of the scholars, referring to the mythical lost city that Plato mentioned in his works.

According to researchers, the phenomenon may be due to the ancient dry lake floor covered with volcanic rock. Successive changes in temperature over the years would have created these cracks, making the area look like a “yellow paved road.”

Experts are already comparing the discovery on their social networks to Dorothy’s walk in the famous road movie Wizard of Oz.

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