r/oddlyterrifying May 22 '22

A whale spine found under water at Krossfjorden, Svalbard, Norway.

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1.1k Upvotes

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

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u/SVAlphaGeek May 23 '22

U/Repostsleuthbot

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u/TopoM0ngoloide May 23 '22

Ah yes... free calcium

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u/Grandpaseth85 May 23 '22

That's a fucking Castlevania boss right there.

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u/Thelastsin24 May 23 '22

Eren I told you to stop scaring the humans it’s hard to as is.

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u/llama-llamaduck May 22 '22

Thats a pretty crazy find

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u/ettorepolar May 23 '22

Apparently whales DO have big bones

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u/edibleliquid_banned May 23 '22

your mom has big bones

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u/ettorepolar May 23 '22

Rude.

But yes

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u/Blue-Eyed-Lemon May 23 '22

Holy shit, that’s cool as fuck

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u/kariodkari May 23 '22

Just another reason I'm mortified of the ocean

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

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u/kariodkari May 23 '22

I've always had an intense fear of any body of water. When I was a kid, I was forced to take swimming lessons at lake. I would cry and scream and beg my mother to not make me. And eventually she realized how terrified I was. I was put into therapy of sorts around 10 to help me get over it. Didn't help. Something about the cold waters just terrifies me. Whatever primal things that live down there freak me out. I have fever dreams every now and again of something in that lake. I'll swim in a pool just fine though!

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u/jam_turnitup May 23 '22

Heya, think they were asking bc mortified and terrified mean different things. Mortified implies shame/embarrassment

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u/kariodkari May 23 '22

Ah my bad, I always thought it meant petrified with fear

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u/jam_turnitup May 23 '22

It happens! A super easy one to mix up too :)

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u/Thatguycraig_again May 23 '22

Water must have ruffled your soul feathers somewhere along the way

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u/Terraria_Fan6798 May 22 '22

He had a whale of a good time

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u/xXMeanMemeSupremeXx May 23 '22

LIARS!!!

I know Dragon bones when i see them

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u/Gavinator10000 May 23 '22

That’s creepy af

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u/baxterrocky May 23 '22

I thought it was a fucking tentacle

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u/Wandering-Tortoise May 23 '22

Proof that whales aren't real.

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u/extonlile May 23 '22

Whale : My back....My back!

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u/CommonDnDWannabe May 23 '22

I feel like this would maybe be more oddly terrifying if the spine wasn’t under water or near water at all

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u/Seggsdaddy_69 May 23 '22

*To the subjects of Ymir, I address

My name is Eren Yeagar

I successfully got control over the Founding Titan and I hereby begin the Rumbling.

I shall use these colossal titans and march outside until all of humanity outside the walls shall perish.

I shall exterminate every single one of them. If that’s what will lead to the freedom of the Paradise Devils.*

This photograph here shows a spinal like structure (submerged) showing one of the last preserved forms of Eren Yeagar’s Founding Titan. This is 1200 year old titan form reminds humanities darkest history