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The enigmatic "cenotes" of Mexico's Yucatán peninsula

Some of these sinkholes may have been formed by the impact of a meteorite around 65 million years ago. Here are the "cenotes" of Mexico's Yucatán peninsula.

02/11/2019 5:41 PMupdated: 02/12/2019 11:48 AM

27 comments

  • Shirley T.
    09/09/2019 08:55

    很像47 meters down

  • Rosalie V.
    08/05/2019 21:07

    iets voor jullie volgende duik trip!?!

  • Kehkashan K.
    08/04/2019 07:01

    Amazing and Mysterious....

  • Liz G.
    08/03/2019 16:49

    Cenotes were one of my best water adventures I've ever had

  • Laura K.
    08/01/2019 08:36

    😎

  • Samith W.
    07/30/2019 10:41

    😲

  • Richard L.
    07/28/2019 23:45

    Get your science straight. These are caverns formed by dissolving of limestone. Absolutely ridiculous claim these are from meteors. How do you explain the thousands of miles of cave passage in these cenotes. These are solid solution caverns

  • Jens P.
    07/28/2019 18:19

    😮😀geil

  • Meli P.
    07/28/2019 16:47

    Impressive

  • Mike D.
    07/28/2019 07:53

    Cool!

  • Georgina N.
    07/28/2019 05:50

    Wow... Stunning!

  • Oscar F.
    07/25/2019 07:54

    keep discovering... we are far late already.

  • Cheryl J.
    07/23/2019 00:41

    Wonderful world

  • Nicol D.
    07/22/2019 14:22

    Stunning, want to be there! Anyone eant tosponsor my visit?

  • Daily H.
    07/20/2019 20:39

    inspiratieeeee 😏

  • Ben K.
    07/20/2019 01:11

    , was telling you about these, we can visit them 😊

  • Larry F.
    07/20/2019 00:48

    Been there from Xcacel to Tulum, only 2 miles, but mucho cenotes.

  • Sandra W.
    07/19/2019 21:29

    Amazing

  • Joep B.
    07/19/2019 18:14

    duik cursus, 100% doen

  • Caro B.
    07/15/2019 16:27

    soon 😍😍

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