Dear Ministry of Defence,

A few years ago I requested the following:

"Are there any abnormally large, or dangerous sea monsters hundreds of metres under the sea that haven't been revealed to the public?

Being a marine biologist, it would be in the best interest of the public as our lives could be at risk."

Following the recent discovery of a "supergiant crustacean", reaching a staggering 34cm in length and found 7km under the ocean, my concerns have now been reinvigorated. Hence, I again pose the question, are there any abnormally large or dangerous sea monsters in the deep sea?

Yours faithfully,

S. Darby

FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

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Dear Mr Darby,


Please find attached our final reply to your recent Freedom of Information


Heather Godfrey| NSFOICC|MP 1.4, Leach Building, Whale Island, Portsmouth
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Becky Bbear left an annotation ()

Sebastian - Or, as a marine biologist, you could just sleep easy in the knowledge that the pressure differential would pretty much finish off anything from 7km down that somehow made it to the surface.

Recommended reading: The Kraken Wakes by John Wyndham.


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