The Bermuda Triangle is a well documented section of sea that has mysteriously claimed many planes and ships. These disappearances are often unexplained, and have led many to believe something supernatural must be going on in the area. Scientists now think the cause of these anomalies might be large craters in the sea floor. These craters release tons of methane gas which poses a threat to ships in the area. While the Bermuda Triangle is the biggest hotspot for this activity, the craters actually stretch to the north of the British Isles. Monitoring a greater area might provide scientists more insight on how these craters change sea temperatures. The rapidly increasing heat combined with the gas could be the cause of many sunken ships.