Canadian scuba diver in Mexico’s Caribbean coast accidentally discovers vast, prehistoric industrial complex – Repeating Islands

It was a simple stroke of serendipity that led to the discovery in Mexico of the earliest underground ochre mine in the New World, which a new journal article describes as a vast prehistoric industrial complex as much as 12 millennia old, where Paleonindians prospected for the valuable red iron-rich mineral that is a major factor in human evolution.

Canadian scuba diver in Mexico’s Caribbean coast accidentally discovers vast, prehistoric industrial complex – Repeating Islands