Mysterious Sea Creatures Spotted On Google Earth!

From colossal monsters to mysterious animals,
here are 8 deep sea creatures captured by Google Earth! 8.) Oke Bay Creature
An engineer by the name of Pita Witehira was the first person to discover a weird looking
sight in the water in Oke Bay, New Zealand. Pita was researching the area when he noticed
an unexplained wake that could have only been left by something huge. In fact, Pita believed that the creature that
left the wake had to have been at around 40 feet long (12 m). Because of the length and width of the wake,
Pita new it could not have been a shark or whale. He further states that the creature was moving
too quickly and sharply in order to be a whale. Pita contacted Google, and Google told him
that it could have been some type of boat. But Pita did not agree with Google. He said that there was not white foam from
the boat motor. Pita then suggested that it could be a Taniwha,
which is a creature from Maori mythology. A Taniwha is a creature that lives in deep
pools in rivers, dark caves, or in the sea, especially in places with dangerous currents
or deceptive breakers. They often live in areas with large waves
and look like whales or large sharks. However, there are some that think the Oke
Bay Creature is a hoax. They say if you zoom in enough in the Google
image you can see a boat. It’s up for you to decide for yourself! 7.) Giant Centipede
In waters close to Scotland, Google Earth captured what appeared to look like a giant
centipede. The image was shot from a space satellite. If you look closely into the waters, you can
see what looks like a long light-colored rope looking thing, with tiny little fibers coming
out of However, this is not a large rope. If you compare an image of a centipede and
the image of the possible giant centipede in the Scottish waters, they are very similar! According to theorists, this giant centipede
is believed to be over 120 meters (390-feet), just swimming along, minding its own business
as the image was being taken. Of course, the first reaction for many people
was to wonder if this image was real or fake. People began to debate on what the giant centipede
really could be, if you ruled it out. Some viewers stated that it was just a hoax
while others wondered if it was a shadow from something else. There were also users that questioned if it
was some type of technical glitch in the Google Earth system. Or was it Loch Ness?? Or something else? 6.) Giant Crab
After a photograph of a giant crab, made its way around the internet, people began speculating
whether the Google earth image was real or fake. Nicknamed Crabzilla, it is believed that the
crab is about 50 feet long (15.2 m). The picture was taken off the harbor at Whitstable,
Kent. It was made popular by the area’s Weird
Whitstable, which is a website devoted to strange things of the area. The owner of the website, Quinton stated,
“At first all I could see was some faint movement, then as it rose from the water I thought,
‘that’s a funny looking bit of driftwood.” He then went on to say, “It had glazed blank
eyes on stalks, swiveling wildly and it clearly was a massive crab with crushing claws.” If Crabzilla is a true crab, it will knock
the 12-foot Japanese Spider Crab off the world’s largest list. But with most sea monsters, there are doubters. Sea-life expert Dr. Verity Nye, who has worked
on logging new species of crab, said it is impossible one of the creatures could grow
so big. While Dr. Nye admits to not knowing what the
area around the harbor looks like, she does claim that it is more likely someone is messing
with the image. 5.) Sea Monster of Corfu
A tourist was shocked when sea monster photobombed his picture. A man named Harvey was on a boat trip off
the western coast of Greece taking pictures inside a cave. He noticed the sea creature after he snapped
a variety of photos. Harvey said: ‘I have no idea what it could
have been, I have never seen anything like it.” The mysterious creature seems to resemble
some kind of elongated manatee which some have also said looks like a hippo! Perhaps it is some unknown cryptid from Greek
mythology! A cryptid is a creature whose existence still
needs to be proven. After the pictures surfaced on the internet,
people were quick to try to figure out what the creature was. While some believe this sea monster is some
type of unknown creature, many call it a hoax. A Zoologist named Darren Naish from the National
Oceanography Centre believes he has discovered the real identity of the object in the photo. He claimed after looking at the photos the
object never really made sense to him as a living creature and believes he has found
a perfect match for the mysterious sea monster. Dr. Naish thinks the photo shows a sunken
low freeboard fender commonly found alongside boats to protect them from damage. 4.) Kraken
A Google earth shot of the seas close to an Antarctic island appears to show a huge creature
moving around in the icy waters near Deception Island. The Kraken has been a legendary sea monster
for at least a century. Basically, the Kraken looks like a giant squid. According to legend, Kraken had a knack for
harassing ships and many said it would attack vessels with its strong arms. If this strategy failed, the beast would start
swimming in circles around the ship, creating a fierce whirlpool to drag the vessel down. Theorists now believe that Google earth has
proven the Kraken exists. According to Google ruler it says the sea
creature measured about 100 feet (30 m) from head to end, but the end looks like just the
middle area of a giant squid, which means it could be close to 200 feet (60 m) long
with tentacles! However, some people believe it is a different
sea creature. Some say it looks like it could be a Plesiosaur. These sea creatures were marine reptiles that
were known to have first swam in our oceans about 205 million years ago. They were most common in the Jurassic Period. However, it is believed that Plesiosaurs died
out about 66 million years ago. And other people speculate that the creature
is a Megalodon shark, which was known for its massive mouth and ginormous teeth. The Megalodon shark lived about 23 million
years ago. 3.) Loch Ness Monster
A Google Earth image, which can be seen on the satellite mapping program, depicted a
large object which resembled the sea creature clearly visible beneath the surface of the
water. Jason Cooke spotted the possible Loch Ness
monster when he was browsing the website’s satellite photos. Do any of you guys do this as a hobby? Let us know in the comments below if you have
found anything interesting!! He was later quoted saying “I couldn’t believe
it. It’s just like the descriptions of Nessie.” Researcher Adrian Shine, of the Loch Ness
Project, further said of the sighting, “This is really intriguing. It needs further study.” Well, anyone could have said that! Nessie was first brought to the world’s
attention in 1933, and since then many people have claimed to have spotted Nessie. Said witnesses have often described as being
large, with a long neck and one or more humps protruding from the water. However, there are many people who have always
believed Nessie was a hoax, including the Google image. Some people have described Nessie as nothing
more than a plastic head attached to a toy submarine. Debunkers further believe that if Nessie does
exist, we would have found bones of her ancestors. Along with this, many people have stated that
Loch Ness could not hold such a huge sea creature nor would the creature be able to sustain
itself in these waters as the waters would be too cold for the creature. There are plenty of reasons for it not to
be the monster of course. Maybe you should look at the Google image
yourself and decide if you believe Nessie exists in the waters of Loch Ness. 2.) Japanese Ningen
The Japanese Ningen is a famous mythical creature. However, it is believed by many that one was
actually found in a Google earth image. The Google image first appeared in a Japanese
magazine. It shows Ningen swimming in the South Atlantic
off the coast of Namibia. The Ningen is said to be between 60 and 90-feet
in length (18-27 m). The Ningen has been described as being a humongous,
“blubbery, whale-like creature,” whose smooth, pale form vaguely resembles the head,
torso and appendages of a human being. Furthermore, many believe that it also resembles
a mermaid. Some witnesses claim they have seen a mermaid
tail. The Ningen sea creature has been spotted primarily
at night and in colder waters, leading some to believe that it has been hiding in the
Arctic, beneath the ice. There is a lot of conspiracy surrounding the
Japanese Ningen. Some people believe that the Japanese government
is involved in a cover-up, trying to hide it. They believe this is due to a rare chemical
compound it may produce that is either medicinal or highly venomous and able to be weaponized. This story further states that there are big
men dressed in black who threaten anyone who talks about seeing the creature or tries to
prove its existence. 1.) Colossal Sea Beast
A giant shadowy sea monster has been spotted lurking around the dock in Liverpool, England. A man named Simon Hoban said he stumbled on
the unexpected image when he was surfing through images when he saw the dock Google Earth. The image showed a huge white animal which
is distinctly shaped like a shark. Well, a shark that is swimming on its back. If you look closely at the image, you can
see what appears to be the shark’s mouth and maybe even an eye or two. And if you look even more closely, you can
see that the “fins” look more like arms waving in the water. Many people speculate that it is not a giant
shark but some other sea creature. The huge animal, which is much, much larger
than some of the boats, has already been dubbed the “Merseyside Jaws.” A marine biology expert said the ‘large object’
could be a basking shark, which can grow up to 35 feet (10.6 m). He further stated, “Although it is unusual
for tropical island sharks to be found in this area, it’s not unheard of… water
creatures have been known to cruise the wrong way up rivers and canals and become stranded.” The marine biologist also suspected that the
creature might have been looking for a place to die. However, not everyone is convinced. Nobody wanted to cause a panic but the dock
does have free swimming sessions. However the water temperatures at the time
were the lowest on record so nobody would be in the water (hopefully). Thanks for watching!!

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