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that one satellite image looked like several somethings travelling in formation. do sea creatures travel in formation? i dunno if that proves sea monsters. we already know there are very large sea creatures, they were referred to as sea monsters by ancient sailors, but we know them now as whales and sharks or very large octupi. those sounds are interesting, but they could be anything. i dont know what kind of sea monsters the video is trying to allude to. those illustration are fantastical. anything that large would have been picked up long ago and if they were super deep, they would not be able to surface like that without exploding. i can say there are likely many, many large and small creatures way down deep in the ocean we have never seen, but they would not be able to survive the upper atmospheres if they ever tried to surface.
yeah, its cool stuff, i just wish they would be less dishonest with those illustrations.It’s just cool to think about.
I always assumed they were volcanic activity/underwater earthquakes/massive icebergs breaking/hitting bottom of the ocean.
What always amazed me was how “loud” the sounds were. I believe “the bloop” is considered the loudest sound ever underwater that isn’t manmade. Someone did a rendering about how large a creature would have to be to make that “bloop”. It was absolutely enormous.