Featured Wrecks

Expedition to Thermopylae

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Sent by one of our followers, here’s a great look at the resident marine life on the Thermopylae in Sri Lanka.

In 2012, the Thermopylae Sierra was sunk in a monsoon off the shores of Sri Lanka near Colombo. In the last 6 years, the ocean has taken over and tons of marine life have moved in. Barracuda, snappers, parrot fish, surgeons, octopus, and – believe it or not – even a whale shark on occasion. Check it out!

Filming done by one of our followers, Manujith Liyanarachchi.

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