Mexico’s underwater museum showcases sculptures on seabed

The Cancun Underwater Museum in Mexico has demonstrated a perfect interaction between art and environmental science with over 500 life-sized sculptures laid out on the seabed in harmony with sea animals. The exhibits that occupy an area of over 420 square meters, are made from special materials that develop the coral life around them. The museum aims to form part of a complex reef habitat for marine life whilst increasing biomass on a grand scale.

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