Underwater human statues

                                                                    
 British artist Jason de Cairs Taylor created an awsome underwater sculptures  of real people in Mexico that are made from materials which will encourage corals to grow. The installation is being dubbed as The Museo Subacuatico de Art(MUSA), that is aimed to take away thousands of visitors from the area which puts high pressure on the natural reefs.

 Jason installed a total of 350 out of 400 statues on the sea beds and they are made from special cement favourable to corals which is harder than the normal one used in normal construction. The project is hoped to produce a coral reef system which will attract a variety of aquatic creatures to the area.


                    



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