From mythical sea monsters to rumored space aliens, here are ten unbelievable creatures spotted on Google Earth.
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I wanted to start by talking about what appears to be an enormous crustacean lurking in the water near the seaside town of Kent, in England. This giant crab appears to be relaxing at the harbor, and as you can see by the Google Earth evidence, the thing is massive. Judging by the image from Google Earth, this ridiculously huge crab must be about 50 feet wide.
9: The Kraken
There has been a very heated debate over an image captured on Google Earth near Antarctica. The image appears to be of a sea monster very much like the legendary Kraken that sailors feared hundreds of years ago. However, many people are saying it’s just a rock. In fact, it even has a name: Sail Rock, and the coordinates are quite easy to locate.
8: Loch Ness Monster
It would appear that the extremely elusive Loch Ness Monster, the horrible beast hiding in Loch Ness in northern Scotland – for hundreds of years! – has been discovered by an American woman from Bellevue, Ohio. Pretty strange, but this lady used Google Earth after being laid off from work to capture the monster once and for all.
7: Giant Sea Worm
One of the most bizarre Google Earth sightings happened off the coast of New Zealand. This was back in 2014, and the monster in question was spotted at Oke Bay in the far north of the country. There’s very obviously a wake in the photograph that could not have been made by any boat because there are none in the area.
6: Dinosaur in Texas
Here is a bizarre one for you. In Dallas, Texas, somebody spotted a marauding dinosaur on the Google Maps Street View. This is a pretty disturbing discovery, and it’s a little strange that nobody is talking about it. It seems like it should be national news! There is very clearly in this Google Earth image a tyrannosaurus rex simply strolling along the sidewalk.
5: Canadian Bigfoot
There is some serious debate over whether the legendary Bigfoot monster is indeed living in the Canadian wilderness, or if Bigfoot is actually American. However, we may have the answer to this age-old question. A recent sighting on Google Earth put Bigfoot, also known as the Sasquatch, running alongside the Trans-Canada highway in the province of British Columbia.
4: Termite Hives
While termites might not be as scary as sea monsters or sasquatches, they’re still creatures. A massive discovery was recently made on Google Earth, in which a massive deposit of termite mounds believed to be roughly 4000 years old were sighted in a remote part of a Brazilian rainforest.
The only thing more terrifying than a shark is a megalodon, which are like super-sharks in terms of size and strength. According to most scientists, Megalodons have most likely been extinct for an extremely long time. However, a recent image on Google Maps might suggest otherwise.
2: Another Loch Ness Monster
Here we have a second sighting of the legendary Loch Ness Monster on Google Earth. This one dates back over a decade to 2009. In the image we very clearly see some kind of foreign object floating through the water of the loch. And while a lot of people are claiming this is the real Loch Ness Monster, it looks more to me like a drowned alien.
1: Space Aliens
The strangest creature ever that was allegedly discovered on Google Earth is an alien – or aliens! This is definitely the most impressive conspiracy theory revolving around Google Earth creature sightings, as many people have dismissed this sighting as a chunk of ice rather than real aliens.
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