Yesterday the first of many life-like sculptures were submerged into a national park near Cancun that will become the world's largest 'underwater museum.' These awe-inspiring figures are the work of artist Jason deCaires Taylor whom created a smaller exhibition near Grenada pictured below. 'The sculptures will be made of PH-neutral concrete, which, it is hoped, will attract algae and marine life and give the local ecosystem a boost.' How cool! A Figure Grows Some New Eyes In Grenada This 3reefer hasn't been to Cancun since high-school, but maybe now is the time to renew that passport. Amazing! You have to check out this slide show of the Grenada exhibit: BBC News - In pictures: underwater sculptures More on the new work in Mexico in link below. Source and photo credits: BBC News - Mexico's 'giant underwater museum'