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What could be lying in the Mariana Trench, the deepest place in the Ocean?

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Anything think a megalodon could still be in the ocean somewhere? Possibly in the Mariana Trench.

The Mariana Trench is the deepest place in the ocean that we know of today. Goes for miles and miles. Could their be some prehistoric creature hidden deep within it's trenches?

There have been many sightings of dinosaur like creatures since the beginning of time and most recently the loch ness monster. There have been stories of giant squids similar to what the Vikings and Pirates referred to as the Kracken. It would be a very rare occasion but I bet there is something lurking in the ocean.

We know more about outer space then we know about our own ocean. That's one thing that interest me. What do you think?
 

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We need an Elon Musk for the ocean
 
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There are rumours that even aliens visits it from time to time. One thing is for sure, something bizzare is living there.
 

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technically speaking anything could be found down there, unspeakable amounts of gold, aliens, a megaladon! Realistically speaking though there is probably not much aside from some deep see organisms. BuT THerE CouLD bE Big BOy ShaRKs In THerE!?
 

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There's no telling what could be down there. Of course life has anywhere in the ocean it can go. It's not restricted to just the Mariana Trench. It's a bit off key to assume just because it's the deepest place on earth something could be down there. However you still have to wonder because it goes so deep. They're finding tons of new species all the time so who knows.
 

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