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The giant sea monsters were accidentally recorded by Google Earth, looking very hard to believe!

The seabed is a place that humans have not been able to explore forever, so the image accidentally taken by Google Earth of the sea monster makes people very interested.

Sea Monster, Antarctica

Located just southwest of Deception Island in a remote part of Antarctica, Google Earth has discovered what appears to be a truly terrifying sea monster. This creature looks a lot like the Kraken, a mythical sea monster in the Nordic world.

While the visuals are a bit hazy, one thing’s for sure: it definitely looks like the mythical Kraken has moved to Antarctica!

Prehistoric giant shark

The ocean is so deep that we have not yet discovered all its mysteries. Biologists at the University of Sydney, Australia have published a photo of a giant shark, still called Megalodon. The photo was taken by Google Earth on an Australian coast.

Giant crabs

An aquatic biologist studying Google Earth saw a faint cloud of something in the waters near Visakhapatnam, India. When zoomed in, he was surprised because it was a huge group of red crabs, about 27.4m long. This crab is commonly found in southern Cali and Bazakali. This is the first time they have made such a long migration. This is a picture of this huge concentration of mutants, which seems to have never been seen before.

Loch Ness Monster

The mysteries of the LochNess monster, also known as Nessy, are still a hot topic of discussion. This is a mythical creature, living at the bottom of LochNess in Scotland, recently discovered a sea creature through Google Earth satellite. With a long neck and a bit like a horse’s head, the back body is swollen, many people insist that this is the immortal legend of Nessy.

Giant sea monster

A Hamiltonian architect from New Zealand, Pita Witehira, while searching for tourist attractions through Google Earth’s aerial photography service, discovered a strange creature, estimated to be about 12m in length based on the waves. occurs over Oke Bay, at the northernmost point of New Zealand.

Mr. Witehira added that the indigenous people of the Maori ethnic group still have a tradition of calling a giant sea monster called Taniwha (or Troll) living in this water.