The oceans and seas are enigmatic regions, but because of scientists and others interested in marine life, we are learning more and more about the mysteries and species that deep waters conceal.

Scientists just uncovered a magnificent discovery in the Pacific Ocean, and we are left wondering what this new finding might represent without having any answers.

Specifically, the Exploration Vessel Nautilus crew encountered a “yellow brick road” while attempting to use a remotely operated vehicle to investigate a divide in the Lili’uokalani Ridge Seamounts in Hawaii.

The group was going live and streaming their trek beneath the ocean when they made the astounding discovery, which raised many concerns. To their amazement—and the surprise of everyone who saw the video—they immediately spotted what appeared to be a road made of yellow, rectangular blocks that had been artificially constructed.

One crew member could hear, “It’s the road to Atlantis,” and the other could not be heard. Another asks, “The yellow brick road?” This is strange. Are you serious? This is insane, a third remarked.

No one could resist speculating about how this “road” was constructed. However, it turns out that the revelation that generated a buzz on social media had a scientific justification.

The “yellow brick road” is “an example of ancient active volcanic geography,” according to researchers.

The crew discovered a “dried lake bed” formation at the summit of Nootka Seamount, which has now been identified as a fractured flow of hyaloclastite rock (a volcanic rock created in high-energy eruptions when many rock fragments fall to the seabed).

You may see the video down below.

The waters are amazing to explore, aren’t they? What they conceal is only known to God.

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