Underwater Tornado in Aruba

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1. trancetunes (moderator) 5 years ago

Nature never seizes to amaze me.

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2. soultanos 5 years ago

I didn't know that was possible...

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3. Platonic 5 years ago

#3 technically its not a tornado. it is an eddy of water

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4. LightAng3l 5 years ago

If these things get any bigger we'll have to protect our underwater cities :D ohh.....wait.....

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5. Reaperdaddy 5 years ago

fake, its filmed inside a flush mechanism, the diver is a plastic toy

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6. paolo 5 years ago


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7. kaleemyork 5 years ago

i think it's a some round wave of water that's why this picture is creating :|

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8. bijuno 5 years ago

I would´ve sticked my hand inside it just for the sake of it. :P

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9. USAnumber1 5 years ago

#1 You mean "ceases" to amaze? In nature it is the lion that would "seize" you.

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10. kleven 5 years ago

its a maelstrom ;)

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11. zxoxz 5 years ago

#8. If you stuck your hand in you could be sucked into a time warp rift You might end up on the other side of the universe (inside-out) very scary!

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12. prankphonecall 5 years ago

#10 it's an eddie as #3 has aleady pointed out (to himself!?). A Maelstrom is a large swirling body of water, although this is swirling, it is neither large or a body of water.

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13. marty44a 5 years ago

Can't be a tornado but still it's wacky

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14. c2quad 5 years ago

Not So big tornado but still big for the fishes around ;) :D

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15. cuppajava 5 years ago

Looks like a lot of you have never seen the plug pulled on the bathtub. If the ocean level is going down where you are, and it's not the tide... look for scuba divers who are pulling the plug on the ocean floor.

Sick bastards start in the cleanest warmest waters first. No way we're going to see arctic water swirly thingys soon.

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16. corleon 5 years ago

Mini Bermuda Triangle!!

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17. mice 5 years ago

its a black hole under, that is why... and you know why we cant see black holes

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18. expiry 5 years ago

#4 bioshock ftw!