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Amazing Artificial Reefs (27 pics)

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  • 11 Apr, 2011  |
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Beautiful underwater photos of artificial reefs.

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№1 Author: paullex (11 Apr 2011 01:42) Total user comments: 592


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The stones looks good as artificial reefs but isnt metal polluting the ocean even more?
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№2 Author: Maddogz (11 Apr 2011 01:59) Total user comments: 403


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Tanks, subway cars, statues. What won't we drop into the ocean I wonder?
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№3 Author: capt.huffnpuff (11 Apr 2011 01:59) Total user comments: 2801


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The fishes thrive in the new reefs. The ships and cars are cleaned of any pollutants before they are submerged. 04
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№4 Author: lillady (11 Apr 2011 03:55) Total user comments: 281


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yes this actually helps the environment and makes a living reef!! great!
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№5 Author: GhostChronos (11 Apr 2011 04:36) Total user comments: 2100


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omg the statues are beautiful, I would love to see that someday...
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№6 Author: compmaster (11 Apr 2011 06:07) Total user comments: 1871


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№7 Author: pawzuzu (11 Apr 2011 10:23) Total user comments: 213


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Who's up for snorkling?!
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№8 Author: elunicotomas (11 Apr 2011 14:34) Total user comments: 1680


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wow
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№9 Author: 2fuzzy (11 Apr 2011 15:39) Total user comments: 10400


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The statues are part of an underwater art installation. The others are artificial reefs to help repair what humans have done.
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№10 Author: Ryanfaescotland (11 Apr 2011 15:52) Total user comments: 30


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Love the 'Do not touch' sign lol

And pic 14, I think someone is trying to sneak some toxic waste down with that tank !
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№11 Author: Jinxaruny (11 Apr 2011 16:21) Total user comments: 10324


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Wow! The statues are gorgeous! But can't they salvage some of the steel rather than putting it all in the ocean?
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№12 Author: noxusrules (11 Apr 2011 17:49) Total user comments: 1052


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№13 Author: Pilgrim (11 Apr 2011 18:10) Total user comments: 2288


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The first pic is creepy
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№14 Author: bagofbrokenglass (11 Apr 2011 18:55) Total user comments: 116


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They dont clean out the ships and tanks that well. Im sure a lot of fuel, grease,hydraulic fluid and other chemicals are still very much present. If they were going to put in all that effort it would be just as beneficial to salvage the steel.
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№15 Author: Lu (11 Apr 2011 21:41) Total user comments: 15082


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Out of sight rubbish dump?
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№16 Author: midboost (11 Apr 2011 21:48) Total user comments: 27


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GhostChronos,
pawzuzu,

yeah! You are all welcome to join the party!

senserely
the Gorgon Medusa
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№17 Author: DocMcCoy (12 Apr 2011 01:23) Total user comments: 6039


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Well I know they clean the old NYC subway cars really. They have been a tremendous success. The statues are pretty creepy. 25
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№18 Author: raymond.wendt (12 Apr 2011 02:56) Total user comments: 9115


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bagofbrokenglass,

The USS Arizona is still leaking oil today. But that wasn't sunk intentionally. The ones that are are cleaned very well.
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