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The Taam Ja’ Blue Hole (TJBH), now recognized as the world’s deepest blue hole, is located in Chetumal Bay off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Measuring at least 1,380 feet deep, TJBH surpasses the depth of the previous record holder, the Sansha Yongle Blue Hole. Formed from soluble bedrock like limestone, blue holes are water-filled vertical caverns which might provide access to extensive underwater cave systems. Recent explorations using advanced profiling tools suggest that TJBH could be even deeper than currently verified and might connect to hidden underwater tunnels. This discovery has significant implications for understanding marine biodiversity and geological formations.

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