Underwater city was built by microbes, not people

The structures in Greek waters reveal geologic rather than archaeological past

MICROBE MADE  Odd underwater formations near the Greek island of Zakynthos are the millions-of-years-old remains of natural hydrocarbon vents, not a lost Greek city.

University of Athens

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