Things that Live Under The Sea

Can you guess these things you could find under the sea?
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Last updated: July 8, 2020
First submittedJune 14, 2020
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Species of the shark from "Jaws"
Great White Shark
Ship that sunk in 1912 after striking an iceberg
RMS Titanic
Sunken island of Greek legend
Atlantis
Species of Nemo in "Finding Nemo"
Clownfish
SpongeBob's undersea city
Bikini Bottom
A half fish / half woman creature
Mermaid
The deepest ocean trench
Mariana Trench
The deepest known point in the Earth's seabed
Challenger Deep
The Greek god of the sea
Poseidon
Son of the above often depicted blowing on a conch
Triton
Roman god of the sea
Neptune
"Equestrian" sea creature
Sea Horse
White whale that Captain Ahab was intent on killing
Moby Dick
Bible character who was swallowed by a "great fish"
Jonah
A type of cephalopod... or the name of Captain Nemo's submarine
Nautilus
The place where drowned sailors go
Davy Jones' Locker
Giant squid-like create of Scandinavian folklore
Kraken
French naturalist who explored the seas aboard the Calypso
Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Russian submarine captained by Sean Connery in the 1990 movie
Red October
Sea monster who resides a stone's throw from Charybdis
Scylla
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Level 57
Jul 8, 2020
I initially guessed "hippocampus" for the equestrian clue, oops. That's what happens when it comes directly after a bunch of mythology questions, I guess.
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Level 67
Jul 8, 2020

Hippocampus is the scientific name for the actual seahorse (and part of the brain named after it). So eventhough you had the mythological version in mind, what you typed is technically a correct answer and should have been accepted.

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Level 64
Jul 24, 2020
same here.

And then I couldn't remember the English name even though it's a direct translation from my language.

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Level 56
Jul 25, 2020
Yes! That was my initial thought as well.
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Level 72
Jul 8, 2020
Pretty sure there are also country shapes under the sea
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Level 90
Jul 8, 2020
Yeah. I can't wait for the updated "Countries of the World" quiz with the 196 land-based countries plus all of the countries on the sea bed.
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Level 72
Jul 24, 2020
I was referring to this quiz.
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Level 80
Jul 8, 2020
You consider me the young apprentice,

Caught between the Scylla and Charibdes,

Hypnotized by you if I should linger,

Staring at the ring around your finger.

Thanks for the point, Sting!

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Level 72
Jul 8, 2020
That's how i was getting there but i couldn't remember the lyric. And when i finally landed on Scylla, i couldn't spell it so i thought i was wrong. Dang it.
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Level 80
Jul 9, 2020
Glad I wasn't the only one!
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Level 73
Jul 9, 2020
Tried Costeau, Custeau, Costua, Costeaux, Custeaux, Costeu, Custeux,...

Could you please accept a few more spellings? :)

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Level 69
Jul 10, 2020
Seconded. Even Googled him mid quiz to check the spelling (I didn’t have the middle part of his name in) but still no luck
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Level 81
Jul 16, 2020
In French, there is only one way to write the sound [u] : ou.
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Level 71
Jul 11, 2020
I never saw Percy Jackson blowing on a conch...
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Level 53
Jul 11, 2020
That's in the R rated version. ;)

Percy was all I could think of when it came to sons of Poseidon, too. Well, Tyson too but that was also obviously not the answer.

For the deepest point on the seabed where the clue was ___ Deep, all my brain wanted to supply was Helm's. Doh.

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Level 64
Jul 24, 2020
I got stuck with "Helms Deep" in my head as well.
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Level 74
Jul 16, 2020
Got my cephalapods and cetaceans mixed up, spent way too long guessing types of dolphins...
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Level 60
Jul 24, 2020
Clue should read "Giant squid-like *CREATURE* of Scandinavian folklore"
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Level 81
Jul 24, 2020
don't think I ever heard of the deepest point before
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Level 55
Jul 24, 2020
Can you accept Jonas for Jonah?
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Level 60
Jul 24, 2020
Please tell me i was not the only one to try "hippocampus" for the equestrian question.
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Level 70
Jul 24, 2020
If you had read the very first comment under this quiz, you'd have seen, that indeed you're not the only one.
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Level 38
Jul 24, 2020
Don't think that RMS Titanic lives under water.
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Level 41
Jul 24, 2020
It does because it still lays beneath where it sank
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Level 58
Jul 24, 2020
it doesn't LIVE though
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Level 65
Jul 25, 2020
James Cameron does though.
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Level 50
Jul 24, 2020
Spongebob?
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Level 43
Jul 24, 2020
I am pretty sure that krakens were originally crab-like, but only then the pop culture changed them to squid-like. Correct me if I'm wrong
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Level 68
Jul 24, 2020
Kelpie for sea horse?
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Level 73
Jul 25, 2020
I believe that kelpies were supposed to be creatures that inhabited water inland, rather than the sea.
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Level 69
Jul 24, 2020
What did RMS Titanic sink in 1912?
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Level 73
Jul 25, 2020
Aren't sirens the same as mermaids? I was surprised when it was not accepted. (Still got mermaid right, but my French-speaking brain went straight for the other name first.)
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Level 56
Jul 25, 2020
Kelpie should definitely count for the submerged 'equestrian'!
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Level 23
Jul 26, 2020
The quiz is called things that live under the sea. How do stuff like atlantis live under the sea when their not alive?
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Level 53
Aug 12, 2020
yeah, my concern too. change the name of the quiz to "Things Under the Sea" the title would be more accurate then