15 Google Earth and Street View Mysteries

We've collected some of the weirdest sights in Google Earth and Street View

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An underwater creature was spotted on Google Earth, off the coast of Delray Beach (close to Fort Lauderdale). The creature (or object) is clearly visible beneath the surface of the water, and if it's not a monster from the deep...what is it? See it for yourself

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  • arnodaya

    see all is wll the in the earth becauese earth is the god gift for all so thanks....................

  • david pilmer

    It's a picture of a tree branch that's been cropped.

  • david pilmer

    another cropped image of something in the foreground near the camera

  • david pilmer

    actually I take that back. It is a picture of a light source, reflecting off of a window.

    david pilmer

    lens flare.

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