Google Earth: Underwater creature found in Antarctica | Travel News | Travel

Google Earth has mapped the world in a large 3D image, unearthing some of the world’s most beautiful images. From natural sights to stunning architecture, it has opened up the planet to everyone. Sometimes it can also capture unexplainable images, be it alien enthusiast discovering ‘UFO landing sites’ or creepy structures. Eagle-eyed users have spotted something rather creepy in the depths of the water in Antarctica. The story behind it has yet to be explained even now. There are many islands around Antartica, and one of those is Deception Island,…

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Google Earth: Tornado before and after pictures in Moore Oklahoma | Travel News | Travel

Google Earth has revealed some of the most bizarre and unexplainable mysteries throughout the years. From natural phenomena to rumoured UFO landings, many have been able to explore the globe with a click of a button. The clever tool can also capture the before and after effects of a large global disaster. After a tornado swept through the small suburb of Moore in Oklahoma in 2013, the mapping website showed the shocking after effects of the region. Thousands of buildings were destroyed in just one day. On May 20, the…

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Google Earth proof of ALIENS?: Maps captures world’s best preserved meteor crater | Travel News | Travel

Google Earth was created in 2001 and uses images from satellites to piece together a 3D searchable map of the globe. With technological advances, the tool has evolved to become the detailed map that it is today. Capturing aerial footage of destinations that would have otherwise been inaccessible to the general public, some users have spent time using the map to search for the most baffling scenes from around the world. Unlike Google Maps, which has a habit of capturing the general public in awkward and embarrassing situations, Google Earth…

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Google Maps: 13,000 mile white line on Earth unexplained by conspiracy theorists | Travel News | Travel

Google Maps was created in 2005 and has opened up the world to people ever since. It can be used for simple directions or for seeing stunning landmarks thousands of miles away. Sometimes, it spawns crazy conspiracy theories when images that can’t be explained appear. One such thing has been revealed on Google Earth with a 13,000-mile long line appearing across the globe. Stretching from the tip of Antarctica to the North Pole, many think it is a vapour trail from a plane. However, in the video posted by conspiracy…

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