A snorkeler swims over life-size statues near Cancún, Mexico to have research regarding permanent sculptures
More than 400 of the permanent sculptures have been installed in recent months called underwater museum in the National Marine Park of Cancún, Isla Mujeres, and Punta Nizuc as part of a most important artwork called "The Silent Evolution." The setting up is the first endeavor of a new underwater museum called.
Jason deCaires Taylor, A Mexico-based British sculptor is the one who has created it, the Caribbean installation is planned to sooner or later cover more than 4,520 square feet (420 square meters), which would make it "one of the largest and most determined underwater attractions in the world," museum statement says.
"That puts a lot of pressure on the current reefs," Taylor said, "So part of this project is to in fact discharge those people away from the expected reefs and bring them to an area of artificial reefs."