Explorers in the Czech Republic have discovered that a flooded limestone chasm in the eastern part of the country is the world’s deepest known underwater cave.
The cave, called Hranická Propast, is at least 404 meters (1,325 feet) deep. That’s about 12 meters (39 feet) deeper than the previous record-holder, a flooded sinkhole northeast of Rome called Pozzo del Merro.
The discovery came on Sept.
A cave in the Czech Republic has just been crowned the world's deepest underwater cave. On Sept. 27, a Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (ROV) reached the bottom of Hranická Propast, at a depth of 1,325 feet. The team piloting th...
Polish diver Krzysztof Starnawski may have discovered the deepest underwater cave yet: Hranická Propast in the eastern Czech Republic. Starnawski has been probing Hranická Propast since 1999, but only last year did he find a tiny pa...
A team of explorers say they have revealed an underwater cave to be the world's deepest, at 404 meters (1,325 feet) down, near the eastern Czech town of Hranice.
A Polish explorer says he and his team have discovered the world's deepest underwater cave, 404 meters (1,325 feet) down, near the eastern Czech town of Hranice.