BBC – Culture – The monsters hidden beneath the sea

Okay, I admit it. I’m a sucker for underwater monsters. Give me a giant squid, a Kraken, an octopus of unusual size, hell, even an overgrown shark and I’m there. For me, America said it best – “The ocean is a desert with its life underground and the perfect disguise up above.” It’s that “perfect disguise” which makes it interesting. No matter how calm, there could be any number of unknown dangers lurking just out of sight. 

This is why, despite being terrified of the water, I’ve been certified as a scuba diver, twice. In another reality, I’m a marine biologist, who spends his days as a dive instructor on a tropical island and doing research on the side. In this one, though, I’m just a writer who likes the monsters hidden beneath the sea

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3 thoughts on “BBC – Culture – The monsters hidden beneath the sea

  1. I like your article, very inspiring and thank you for your post..

  2. i like your article, very inspiring and thank you for your post…

  3. i like your article ,very inspiring and thank you for your post….

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