Researchers (I’m not sure what they’re researching, the ocean?) have discovered what appears to be a giant underwater pyramid in the middle of the ocean near an area known as the Bank De Joao de Castro. This is in between the islands of Terceira and Sao Miguel, in the middle of the Azores archipelago which is situated in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. The pyramid is allegedly 60m high and has a base of 8000 square metres which makes it a pretty significant structure, even if it is sitting on the ocean floor.
It was discovered by sailor Diocleciano Silva via bathymetry readings (these are actually a really concept – it’s the study of the underwater depth of lake or ocean floors) and is currently being seriously investigated by these researchers with the assistance of the Portuguese Navy. Diocleciano Silva doesn’t believe that the pyramid can possible be of man made origin given where it is located but no definitive answers about it have been given yet. However, given the fact that the area has been underwater for 20,000 years since the last ice age, it definitely seems like something out of the ordinary is up with it.