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Incredible photos of live wild whale sharks, captured on Google Street View at Isla Contoy

Incredible photos of live wild whale sharks, captured on Google Street View at Isla Contoy http://POSTURLHERE #streetview

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Tuesday, 25th February 2014

Incredible (& improbable) image of 4 floating Killer Whales captured by #streetview from underwater!

Incredible (& improbable) image of 4 floating Killer Whales captured by #streetview from underwater! http://gss.st/qJ

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Wednesday, 16th December 2009

Flying Killer Whales are even more awesome than flying dolphins.

Flying Killer Whales are even more awesome than flying dolphins. http://gss.st/p2 #streetview

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Friday, 4th December 2009

Seaworld Orlando killer whales! Is this one of the many Shamus? (Not the one in the wetsuit)

Seaworld Orlando killer whales! http://gss.st/oz Is this one of the many Shamus? http://gss.st/oA (Not the one in the wetsuit) #streetview

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Thursday, 3rd December 2009

Here’s a giant bull and next door at “Big Willys” (stop sniggering) there’s a giant whale

Here’s a giant bull http://gss.st/8S and next door at “Big Willys” (stop sniggering) there’s a giant whale http://gss.st/8T #streetview

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Wednesday, 22nd July 2009

I have a feeling that if this Killer Whale were set to sea, it would sink like… a giant metal whale. #streetview via VGT

I have a feeling that if this Killer Whale were set to sea, it would sink like… a giant metal whale. http://gss.st/5B #streetview via VGT

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Thursday, 18th June 2009

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The world has a certain reverential (or just morbid) fascination with the death sites of famous musicians. The pantheon of dead music legends is far too great (and depressing) to capture in just one article, but here’s a look at just some of the famous/infamous places where great talents have met untimely ends.

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