Beandi Mueller, an underwater photographer from Cameron, Wisconsin has released a series of incredible photographs of more than 150 lost World War II aeroplanes. The site is 130-feet under the Pacific Ocean around five miles from Roi-Namur in the Marshall Islands.
The site is famous by the name of 'Airplane Graveyard'. Have a look!
She told an International newspaper: 'For me, diving on airplanes, especially World War Two airplanes is really unique. Diving on shipwrecks seems normal, you expect ships to have sunk. But seeing planes underwater is strange, planes don't belong in the water, they belong in the sky, so it feel weird to dive on them.'
This site isn't the crash point of any of these planes. They were discarded and then dumped there because it was too expensive to transport them back to the US from Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Island.