What You Discover on Google Earth Could Kill You

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Dec 23, 2008   Updated: Aug 8 2011 • References: telegraph & gizmodo
Well, now they have done it. Google Earth has mapped an area just teeming with life forms that are unknown to the rest of the Earth. And they will kill ya. Scientist Julian Bayliss was screwing around at the office--research, you know--and he did a flyover of Mozambique using Google Earth. When he noticed a large green patch, he zoomed in, found that it was unexplored and headed straight to Mount Mabu.

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