As you can imagine, there is only so much information and background that can be provided in an underwater museum. Therefore, the exhibits speak for themselves. A little-known fact: Traces of the Taíno culture and language can be found all over the world. They are considered to be the inventors of the hammock — something we should all be grateful for! Many words in their language have also been adopted into other languages, among them huracán, tobaco, papaya, caimán, or ‘ananas’. Today, the tribe itself is almost extinct, though there are still some in the Caribbean whose ancestors were Taíno natives.