The giant sea monsters accidentally recorded by Google Earth

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2021-03-23 19:48:42

Below are the mysterious aquatic images that Google Earth has accidentally captured that many people are interested in. And so far, they are still unanswered mysteries.

Sea monster, Antarctica

Google Earth accidentally captured this picture on the southwestern side of Deception Island in a remote area of ‚Äč‚ÄčAntarctica. Pictured appears to be a really frightening sea monster. Although the image is a bit vague, it looks quite like the Kraken, a mythical sea monster in the Nordic world.

Great prehistoric shark

Great prehistoric shark

Biologists at the University of Sydney, Australia have published an image taken by Google Earth on an Australian coast. In the photo is a giant shark, called Megalodon, the extinct shark lived about 15.9 to 2.6 million years ago.

Giant crabs

Giant crabs

An aquatic biologist discovered a huge group of red crabs, about 27.4 meters long, in waters near Visakhapatnam in India while studying Google Earth.

These crabs are often found south of Cali and Bazakali, and it is unknown how they made such a long migration.

Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster

LochNess monster, also known as Nessy, a mythical creature, living on the bottom of Lake LochNess in Scotland has been one of the mysteries that have been controversial for many years.

Recently, an image of a sea creature with a long neck and a bit like a horse’s head has been discovered, and its hind body is greatly enlarged via Google Earth satellite. Many people after looking at the claim that this is the immortal legend Nessy.

Giant sea monster

Giant sea monster

Pita Witehira, a Hamilton architect in New Zealand discovered a strange birth when searching a tourist destination through Google Earth’s aerial service. This creature has a length of about 12m appeared on Oke Bay Bay, New Zealand’s northernmost point.

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