A newly-discovered underwater cave in Mexico has yielded an array of amazing Mayan relics and ancient animal remains.
At a press conference on Monday, Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History unveiled some of the discoveries made during a recent scuba expedition into the cave.
Extinct beasts like the giant sloth and an elephant-like creature known as a gomphotheres as well as bear species which roamed the Earth over two million years ago were among the animal remains documented by the divers.
In addition to these finds were an assortment of objects produced by humans such as ceramics, artwork, and bones.
Check out footage from the underwater archaeological expedition at the Coast to Coast AM website.