A massive mineral water deposit has been found in the Bhutan Himalayas, a geological formation that contains large deposits of gold, silver and rare earth elements.
The discovery was made during a recent expedition by scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Geological Survey.
The deposit is located in the Kumbu-Kuru Mountains, which is considered one of the most important mineral deposits in the world, the scientists said in a statement.
Kumbu Kuru, or the Mountain of Gold, is one of five Himalayan mountain ranges that make up the Tibetan Plateau.
In ancient times, the mountain range was home to an enormous underground aquifer that holds large amounts of water.
Scientists believe that the huge aquifer is an extension of the Kambu River, a river that passes through the Himalayans.
According to the scientists, the discovery of the deposit indicates that the Himalayan plateaus are the most active on Earth, as the Himalaya’s surface is covered with huge deposits of natural gold and silver.
According the study, the gold and silvers found in this deposit are a mix of a rare earth element called gold-111, and rare-earth element known as ruthenium-226.
The scientists say the element is used in the production of several metals, such as gold, platinum and palladium.
The researchers say that these minerals are found in a deposit known as Kumbumangma, and that it is thought that it could be the only deposit of its kind in the region.