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The Mystery Behind The Bermuda Triangle Has Finally Been "Solved"

Using satellite radar technologies, researchers got a glimpse of some of the catastrophic weather conditions that are characteristic of the mysterious triangular region.

Underneath the hexagonal clouds that cover most of the area are sea level winds that reach up to 170 mph. If that seems high, it's because it is.

These powerful wind patterns are capable of creating waves that reach up to 45 feet high!

These peculiar 'straight-edged' clouds that are hexagonal in shape create a phenomena known as 'air bombs,' or microbursts.

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