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 No.144

Since so much of the ocean is unexplored, what do you guys think is down there? I think that some dinosaurs probably survived and are just chilling out down there. I wouldn't be surprised if some prehistoric giant fish were just waiting for the right time to come back up.

 No.147

Ngl i believe atlantis might be down there somewhere.
I agree with you btw @op

 No.152

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>>144
They'd have to come up very slowly so that they could evolutionarily adapt to the change in pressure, but you're not real far off the mark Alice.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coelacanth

 No.153

>>144
Jellyfish date back to the pre-Cambrian era.
Though, you want a good ol' Nessie. Large fish, like whales, already have a tough time.
In the meantime, there's plenty of cool underwater phenomena.
https://youtu.be/7t2KoQu5nUA

 No.175

There's a dinosaur in the OP image. It's not hiding.

 No.179

I'd like to think that there's some sort of leviathan down there in the depths - something so massive and awe-inspiring that it would blow our minds - but I'm a realistic anon, and in my experience the world tends to be too boring for that to ever happen

 No.181

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>>179
It wouldn't surprise me, really. The sea is big, giant stuff could prosper in there

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/science/ct-giant-python-attacks-indonesia-20171004-story.html

 No.182

I saw an article a few years back and searched it upon seeing this thread. Apparently, prehistoric shark finds are not all that ucommon
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/rare-living-fossil-frilled-shark-caught-in-australia/

 No.232

All of this remind me the film " The big blue " from Luc Besson, and the possible paradize of the deep blue maybe the same thing that major Kusanagi in ghost in thé shell is searching in the see .

 No.233

There's water. soykaftons of water. And if you thought that's much, there's also stone. Way more than water.

 No.455

People are always obsessed over large things lurking in the deep sea, but I'd be much more afraid of very very small things that we haven't uncovered. What if there is some crazy killer virus that is locked into the bottom of the ocean dormant. Or some other small organism that is remaining on the sea floor in a few remote areas that if brought to the surface could harbor some ancient disease for which there would be no cure.

All that laying in wait for some scientist to dredge up unknowingly. It could be being dredged up right now.

 No.457

Giant squid exist and use the only option to get big (e.g. being a boneless blob) in the deep that we know.
There is barely anything to eat in the deep, a giant would have to feed from some underwater source that is again not known to us, which is pretty unlkely because we know a lot about earth's geology.

>>455
>scientists
Well, corporations is a better choice because they are much more numerous and less careful to potential damage.
That is a better scenario but lokking at the bottomless pit of the sea sure makes me thing of unholy creatures with villainous intentions.



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