10 Most Dangerous Waters in the World!

  • Published on Oct 9, 2019
  • 10 Most Dangerous Waters in the World!
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    The world is a wondrous but dangerous place, full of perils everywhere we look. Today we will be
    looking at 10 of the most dangerous waters in the world. Wait till you get to number 1, it just might give
    you a bad case of Limnophobia, which is, the fear of lakes.
    Number 10. The Bermuda Triangle
    The Bermuda Triangle is an area bounded by points in Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico where ships
    and planes are said to mysteriously vanish into thin air - or deep water.
    The term "Bermuda Triangle" was coined in 1964 by writer Vincent Gaddis in the men's pulp magazine
    Argosy. Though Gaddis first came up with the phrase, a much more famous name propelled it into
    international popularity a decade later. Charles Berlitz, whose family created the popular series of
    language instruction courses, also had a strong interest in the paranormal. He believed not only that
    Atlantis was real, but also that it was connected to the triangle in some way, a theory he proposed in his
    bestselling 1974 book "The Bermuda Triangle." The mystery has since been promoted in thousands of
    books, magazines, television shows, and websites.
    Over the years, many theories have been offered to explain the mystery. Some writers have expanded
    upon Berlitz's ideas about Atlantis, suggesting that the mythical city may lie at the bottom of the sea and
    be using its reputed "crystal energies" to sink ships and planes. Other more fanciful suggestions include
    time portals and, of course, aliens.
    Do you believe that the strange disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle caused by something
    paranormal? If not, are you brave enough to venture into it?
    Number 9. Drake Passage
    From the tip of the South American continent to the northernmost shores of Antarctica: here’s where
    you’ll find the reputed roughest sea-passage in the world. The Drake Passage is the stuff of legends
    crossing it is an experience Antarctic explorers look forward to, and dread the most, at the same time.
    The Drake Passage stretches for just under 1,000km and is the spot where the Atlantic, Pacific, and
    Southern Seas converge, creating a roaring current mix that has the potential to sink any sea going
    What makes the Drake Passage so infamously rough is the fact that currents at this latitude meet no
    resistance from any landmass, anywhere on the planet. Coupled with the area’s propensity for high
    wind, a crossing of the Drake Passage can be quite the adventurous exploit.
    Fortunately, most ships that sail there are equipped to handle the harsh conditions, but will you still be
    willing to sail in one now that you know how deadly it can be?
    Number 8. The Great Blue Hole
    The Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize is the world's biggest ocean sinkhole, measuring 1,000 feet
    across and over 400 feet in depth. In the 1970s, the site was popularized by legendary explorer Jacques
    Cousteau. Ever since then, it has been a popular diving site, but what lies in it remains a mystery to this
    Despite the beauty it offers, the Great Blue Hole of Belize also often witnesses accidents including the
    death of divers. According to reports, several divers have so far lost their lives in the darkness of the
    Blue Hole for various reasons. Even though there are no currents in the Blue Hole, accounts suggest the
    death occurs due to nitrogen narcosis as they go deeper. When divers cross 135ft or more, according to
    reports, they start feeling numbing sensation or euphoria, eventually causing death.
    Interestingly, there are also stories of monsters in the Great Blue Hole of Belize doing rounds. A diving
    expedition from Caye Caulker in the early 1970’s claimed the presence monsters in the waters saying
    they had witnessed an apparition of a sea serpent. According to the claims, the sighted beast was 20ft-
    long and has red eyes.
    What is inside the great blue hole? Are you brave enough to venture in its depths and find out?
    Number 7. Jacob’s Well
    Jacob's Well is a spring in Hays County, Texas, an hour or so southwest of Austin, near the towns of
    Wimberley and Dripping Springs. The well is fed by the Trinity Aquifer, which pushes up water through
    the well and spills it into nearby Cypress Creek.
    That cool water has lured locals and visitors to the Hill Country spot for hundreds of years. And, for
    almost that long, Jacob's Well has been a siren call for the adventurous, too. Daredevils leap from a
    nearby outcropping into the slim opening of the well. Free-divers probe the well, sometimes as deep as
    100 feet, maneuvering into thin openings into underwater caves.
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Comments • 390

  • Andy H
    Andy H Day ago

    f me.i am never going to the toilet

  • ii_Kit Katzii
    ii_Kit Katzii 5 days ago

    Channel: top 5 best
    Vid: 10 most dangerous..

  • James Brown
    James Brown 5 days ago

    Hold up...... Trees dying to carbon dioxide poisoning? Would he mean monoxide? Because trees love carbon dioxide 😐

  • Thua Ngo
    Thua Ngo 6 days ago

    what about the dragons triangle

  • Joel Tucker
    Joel Tucker 6 days ago

    Lamprey are not dangerous.. I live in fredericton nb Canada and the st John river and nashwaak river are infested with them every June.. they won't bother anyone unless you bother them .. they feed on fish wich are cold blooded and they will only defend themselves or there nests against warm blooded animals

  • paul kelly
    paul kelly 6 days ago

    I know because I have the game

  • Leo Cuevas
    Leo Cuevas 6 days ago

    You forgot "Ilog Pasig" of the Philippines. Darn dangerous to your health!

  • Dezmon Mendoza
    Dezmon Mendoza 7 days ago

    Omg I'm so scared I never wanna go to Dead Sea dummy

  • Dezmon Mendoza
    Dezmon Mendoza 7 days ago

    I've went to Dead Sea before nothing dangerous

  • yayIgot Rice
    yayIgot Rice 7 days ago +1


  • yayIgot Rice
    yayIgot Rice 7 days ago +1

    I thing both :v

  • yayIgot Rice
    yayIgot Rice 7 days ago +1

    Bruh I think Lang but wharter

  • John Blum
    John Blum 7 days ago

    love the subnautica reference lol

  • shaniyah Williams
    shaniyah Williams 7 days ago

    Ok they need to change their TVclip name to "10 top best".

  • Lil CheZ
    Lil CheZ 8 days ago

    That thumbnail tho 🤯

  • Girl Gamer
    Girl Gamer 8 days ago

    Lampreys don't attack humans, they only suck on cold blooded animals

  • L Gurley
    L Gurley 8 days ago

    my well!!!

  • Dynamite S
    Dynamite S 8 days ago

    Go to mr. beast he did 24 hours in it

  • [mjk] tojo
    [mjk] tojo 8 days ago

    Ok how dose co2 kill trees when thats what they breath in

  • Dan nino Cruz
    Dan nino Cruz 8 days ago

    This is so scary omg

  • jøzee _editz
    jøzee _editz 10 days ago

    you forgot school

  • Frosty Flakes
    Frosty Flakes 10 days ago

    ive been to jacobs well

  • samantha manson
    samantha manson 10 days ago

    he forgot one!my local town beach!it has stingrays sharks and lionfish!

  • David Black
    David Black 10 days ago +1

    Plants breathe in Carbon Dioxide! Did they miss elementary school science?

  • Khaled Alarabiyat
    Khaled Alarabiyat 10 days ago +4

    I live 30 minutes away from the Dead Sea and nothing is dangerous about it.

    • Khaled Alarabiyat
      Khaled Alarabiyat 5 days ago +1

      Every weekend i used to go there and never in my life i heard someone drowned in it. Of course bcuz the salt and i live 30 min away in a city called AL SALT LOL

    • Khaled Alarabiyat
      Khaled Alarabiyat 5 days ago +1

      @angie honey
      Yah. But he said if you swim on your stomach you'll drown and that's wrong. You never drown in the Dead sea!

    • Gaming Phant0mZ
      Gaming Phant0mZ 6 days ago +1

      the dead sea is near jordan it just has alot fo salt and makes you float on its surface dats it...

    • angie honey
      angie honey 7 days ago +1

      Aside from the water being impossible to live in because of all the salt

  • Rafael Ekqvist
    Rafael Ekqvist 10 days ago +1

    Have you played subnautica?

  • arsho bekmezjian
    arsho bekmezjian 10 days ago

    Im just 8 do you think i will swim or whatever no i have orady swimed with hammer head shark and a great white shark

  • cookenhotroofer
    cookenhotroofer 11 days ago

    That's cool

  • Barbara Lucero
    Barbara Lucero 11 days ago

    No Bushman's Cave?

  • Benjamin Breeg
    Benjamin Breeg 11 days ago

    The blood sucker fish could be used instead of leaches to suck out serious blood clots and bruises in a hurry.

  • hay king
    hay king 11 days ago


  • Ant Hill
    Ant Hill 12 days ago

    No the Dead Sea is 9 times not 10 faced

  • rollingthunder277
    rollingthunder277 12 days ago +5

    "Jacks Coostoes"???? Give me strength!

  • this user is dead
    this user is dead 13 days ago

    Why is the channel called top 5 best if the name 10

  • Samantha Stiles
    Samantha Stiles 13 days ago


  • Samantha Stiles
    Samantha Stiles 13 days ago


  • Samantha Stiles
    Samantha Stiles 13 days ago


  • Kaiden Strand
    Kaiden Strand 13 days ago

    Number 2 i am thinking of the lech

  • Sara Jack
    Sara Jack 13 days ago

    I came here for animals

  • Diesel Goossens
    Diesel Goossens 13 days ago

    Bruh U Are Talking So Fast At 1:34

  • Anthony Spooner-Amero
    Anthony Spooner-Amero 14 days ago

    I’ve swam in lake Champlain I grew up with that water

  • Richard Smith
    Richard Smith 14 days ago

    Did y'all know people keep disappearing in the Bermuda triangle is because of Rouge Waved, look up Rouge waves

  • Noah A
    Noah A 14 days ago

    Mine freind is named Jacob

  • Ayanna Abera
    Ayanna Abera 14 days ago +1

    9:22 now that’s gotta be from stranger things!

  • •Sunflower•
    •Sunflower• 14 days ago +16

    Who looked at the thumbnail and was like “OH SHOOT”

  • tony mejia
    tony mejia 14 days ago


  • Shauna Walker
    Shauna Walker 15 days ago

    Any of them but Number 2!?!😨😨😨😰.

  • BigT-rexGaming
    BigT-rexGaming 15 days ago +1

    you forgot my school's toilet

  • Jacob Stebleton
    Jacob Stebleton 15 days ago +1

    My name is Jacob

  • Margareth Guitars
    Margareth Guitars 15 days ago +2

    I will never go scuba diving again

  • demon slayer
    demon slayer 16 days ago +3

    The thumbnail looks like a Pokémon

    • FleZ Clan
      FleZ Clan 13 days ago

      demon slayer gotta catch them all

  • demon bird
    demon bird 17 days ago


  • JANA burke
    JANA burke 17 days ago +1

    (-.-) thank you for adding to my extreme hydrophobic

  • Jelly Best
    Jelly Best 17 days ago +21

    the burmuta triangle looks like a giant dorito

  • Josh Noneyabuissness
    Josh Noneyabuissness 20 days ago +1


  • The Mantis Gamer
    The Mantis Gamer 22 days ago +1

    Oh yeah the Dead Sea

  • miniminecart
    miniminecart 23 days ago +1

    you know about subnatica i love that game

    AUSTIN MBUGUA 26 days ago +1


  • Christy Shao
    Christy Shao 28 days ago +1


  • Monica Elmore
    Monica Elmore 28 days ago +1

    so nice) nice