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Incredible things you probably don't know are in the world's oceans

Love Exploring Logo By Olivia Rawes of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 34: The first underwater park in the world, by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, this place set the wave of underwater galleries rolling when it opened in May 2006. It's anchored two miles from Grenada’s capital, in the Molinere Beauséjour Marine Protected Area. Here 75 sculptures of both human and still life form – including a ring of children holding hands and the contemplative “Lost Correspondent” sat with his typewriter – dot the sun-dappled seabed. For more on what to do in Grenada, see our island guide here. 

Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada, Caribbean

The first underwater park in the world, by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, this place set the wave of underwater galleries rolling when it opened in May 2006. It's anchored two miles from Grenada’s capital, in the Molinere Beauséjour Marine Protected Area. Here 75 sculptures of both human and still life form – including a ring of children holding hands and the contemplative “Lost Correspondent” sat with his typewriter – dot the sun-dappled seabed. For more on what to do in Grenada, see our island guide here

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