Water levels dropping along Europe's enormous Danube River have revealed over two dozen sunken ships belonging to the German army during World War II.
Reuters reports, as Europe continues to face a record hot wave that one top scientist predicted might indicate its worst drought in 500 years.
The Black Forest in southern Germany and the Black Sea in eastern Romania are both located along the Danube, Europe's second-longest river.
The Associated Press reported that the water level in a section of the river near Budapest dropped five feet in only three weeks.
According to the Associated Press, the primary water business in the region expressed concern that the abrupt dip may jeopardise its supply of drinking water.
The receding water exposed the hulks of more than 20 warships from Nazi Germany's Black Sea fleet.