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This is a real necropolis, the dead turtles are everywhere. Some turtles must have died there decades ago. Weird to glide along these old skeletons. Why are they there? How did they get there?
You will see a number of turtle skeletons in the video. We dont really know why the turtles go there to die, but one plausible theory is that they enter the cave late in the day, go to sleep for a couple of hours, then wake up and because it has gone dark, they cant find their way out to the surface, to breathe.
Over the years, a number of divers have also lost their lives in the cave, because it can be very deceptive, with twists and corners, and without the proper training and equipment it will elevate a dangerous activity to a level of fatality.
However, as you can see on the video, the water is crystal clear, and it was a wonderful experience to explore the cave with a camera.
This is the saltwater cave in Sipadan, Malaysia. Access to this dive site is restricted and a limited number of divers are permitted to enter the marine park per day.
Cave divers in this video: Mark Houghton, Alex Wong. Underwater video by Theuns van Niekerk on Inspiration Rebreather
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