Did Google Earth capture first images of the Kraken?

Pablo Tucker
June 22, 2016

Counter arguments have erupted regarding the image.

Armed with grainy images from Google Earth, at least part of the internet has been declaring the existence of a sea monster in Antarctica. News quickly spread and once a video of the captured image made rounds, it became an instant hit.

While it's still up for debate, many believe this little blob to be the mythic sea monster, the Kraken. However, no one could come up with certain validation to the anonymous creature.

"This looks like The Kraken".

The rock is almost 100 feet tall, and it's located in the same place as "the thing" on Google Maps. "But the end looks just like the mid area of a giant squid which means it could be 60+ meters long with tentacles".

While the tale of the modern-day sea monster was short-lived, it was interesting to read through all of the theories fans insist to be the truth.

Taken near Deception Island in the South Shetlands it shows a "fin" or rock or something breaking the surface of the water with a larger body underneath.

The video of the "thing", uploaded by Wowforreeel, immediately went viral, as these sort of findings usually do, and after being viewed by people around the world over 1.2 million times, left most people stumped as to what it really was.

Some think it could be the Loch Ness Monster, but others think it could be an underwater UFO.

There were actually a few viewers that suggested the odd shape was nothing more than a pile of rocks or an island.

According to these people, our planet is the habitat of huge sea creatures, but not krakens.



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