Antimimeticisomorphism – Nature’s Example 3/7

This is the third in a series of amazing natural phenomena… Blue holes are giant and sudden drops in underwater  elevation that get their name from the dark and foreboding blue tone  they exhibit when viewed from above in relationship to surrounding  waters. They can be hundreds of feet deep and while divers are able to  explore some of them they are largely devoid of oxygen that would  support sea life due to poor water circulation – leaving them eerily  empty. Some blue holes, however, contain ancient fossil remains that  have been discovered, preserved in their depths.

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature's Example #3

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature #3

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