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Coelacanth. Just goes to show you that just because you don't see it doesn't mean it's not there.

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Eden extinct scoria or cinder cone, one of three overlapping cones.

Fake - "Levitating islands in The Bermuda Triangle observed by satellite?" - Follow the link and read. The Google Map Coordinates don't work(West of Cuba) but other than that, good commentary. The shadows may actually be under water giving the illusion of flying islands. .(Thanks to @Debbie Arruda Arruda Arruda Kithley) IPWaterWorkS

Levitating islands in The Bermuda Triangle observed by satellite? Islands in the Bermuda Triangle were photographed levitating by as much as 10 miles off the surface of the ocean in this recently declassified image from a U.

The Loneliest Whale in the World. In 2004, The New York Times wrote an article about the loneliest whale in the world. Scientists have been tracking her since 1992 and they discovered the problem: She isn’t like any other baleen whale. —while the rest of her kind communicate between 12 and 25hz, she sings at 52hz. You see, that’s precisely the problem. No other whales can hear her.  feeling paradoxically small in the vast stretches of empty, open ocean

World's Loneliest Whale Sings At The Wrong Frequency

The loneliest whale in the world :: Her name is 52 Hertz, she is an unknown species of baleen whale, sings a melancholy song no other whale will answer and travels the ocean alone.

Ogopogo and Pegasus, Grant Griffin on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/44no8

Interior Spot Illustrations for Mythological Beasts: Ultimate Expeditions. Ogopogo- Canada's Lochness monster and everyone's favorite winged horse Pegasus.

The Dinsdale Nessie Footage: On April 23rd of 1960, Tim Dinsdale captured four minutes of footage of a large hump moving through Loch Ness. Subsequent study of the film generated quotes of its dimensions that put 3ft of the creature above water and 12 to 16 ft of it swimming beneath the surface. #babettebombshell #hauntedhotel #unsolvedmysteries #cryptozoology #nessie #seamonsters #seaserpents #thelochnessmonster #fortean #xfiles

The Dinsdale Nessie Footage: On April 23rd of 1960, Tim Dinsdale captured four minutes of footage of a large hump moving through Loch Ness. Subsequent study of the film generated quotes of its dimensions that put 3ft of the creature above water and 12 to 16 ft of it swimming beneath the surface. #babettebombshell #hauntedhotel #unsolvedmysteries #cryptozoology #nessie #seamonsters #seaserpents #thelochnessmonster #fortean #xfiles

mademythos: “Ahklut In Inuit mythology, the Ahklut is a hungry orca that shape-shifts into the form of a wolf in order to hunt on land. Wolf tracks emanating from and returning to sea ice is thought to be evidence that this formidable killer whale...

In Inuit mythology, the Ahklut is a hungry orca that shape-shifts into the form of a wolf in order to hunt on land. Wolf tracks emanating from and returning to sea ice is thought to be evidence that this formidable killer whale.

MOLA MOLA OCEAN SUN FISH 

Mola Mola , Sunfish- it's the heaviest bony fish in the world , sometimes reaching They are often seen basking in the sun near the surface ,warming up after diving to feed in deep dark icy waters .

According to official and reputable sources there have been over 90 recorded unexplained cases of amphibians being found alive but fully encased in coal pockets or stone geodes. Of these cases, 40 involved frogs or toads.  The most well respected case is documented in the Reader’s Digest book – “Mysteries of the Unexplained”. There is a pattern to the various discoveries. In most cases the frog is discovered in a chamber full of mucous and is usually very pale or white in colour. After a few…

Frog entombed in stone. -- According to official and reputable sources there have been over 90 recorded unexplained cases of amphibians being found alive but fully encased in coal pockets or stone geodes. Of these cases, 40 involved frogs or toads.

Mystery: This bizarre picture of an unexplained phenomenon was taken from the shore of Loch Ness

Hello Nessie, it must be that time of year... amateur photographer snaps 'large black object' moving beneath waters of Loch Ness

A freak wave breaks the still waters of Loch Ness - but could it have been the monster? Amateur photographer David Elder claims a “solid black object” gliding beneath the lake’s surface caused the sudden ripple.

Kraken are mythical sea monsters of gargantuan size, said to have dwelt off the coasts of Norway and Iceland. The sheer size and fearsome appearance attributed to the beasts have made them common ocean-dwelling monsters in various fictional works . The legend may actually have originated from sightings of real giant squid that are variously estimated to grow to 13–15 m (40–50 ft) in length, including the tentacles. These creatures normally live at great depths, but have been sighted at the…

A kraken is a humongous sea monster that attacks ships and sailors and gobbles them up. Luckily, the kraken is a mythological creature.

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