Huge mysterious sea creature found on Google maps

A Reddit user discovered something very strange on Google Maps a few days ago. This object is located in the Antarctic region, in the ocean near Deception Island and Snow Island.

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Its coordinates in Google Earth are -63.0488429, -60.9563582. The object looks like some kind of huge sea creature has emerged to the surface.

Large waves are emanating from it and this object does not look very much like a stone or a ship. The picture was taken in 2013. Earlier images from 1984 and 2011 do not show anything unusual about this place, just the ocean surface.

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The object is about 164 feet long. “Is it a giant whale, a Kraken, or maybe Cthulhu”? – asks the author of the find.

Commentators began to speculate on their own. Someone thought that it was still a ship, another that it was a piece of rock. A more creative commentator suggested it was a scene of a sperm whale fighting a giant squid.

Another oddity is that relatively close to this “kraken” on King George Island there is a strange hole. It is very similar to a man-made cave tunnel leading somewhere inland.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

He is not afraid to challenge the official narratives and expose the cover-ups and lies that keep us in the dark. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of, a website he created in 2013.

One comment

  1. Looking at the coordinates, zoom out a bit and you can see the mountainous seabed directly under this point. It’s a tiny island or a rocky outcrop from the submarine mountain under it. Possibly one of those that appear and disappear, particularly if it’s volcanic. Everyone debating this should actually research instead of forming an opinion and equating it with fact.

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