Google Maps sleuths spot Bigfoot and 'giant snakes' hiding around the world

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AN EAGLE-EYED TikToker has found shots of mythical and frightening creatures on Google Street View.

A shocking Bigfoot look-a-like and giant snakes were spotting by Google's cameras.

The TikTok was posted by @googlemapsfun, a popular account with over eight million followers.

"A Google Street View user was searching in the woods of Russia, when he suddenly discovered something very mysterious," the digitized voice over said.

The poster zoomed in on an ape-like figure that's a dead giveaway for Bigfoot or Sasquatch.

While some are intrigued by the video, the top comment is skeptical – a user wrote the Bigfoot figure is a "man in a big foot suit who knew Google was coming".

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The video shifts countries and goes from Russian forests to the coast of France.

A 30-meter spindly figure can be seen partially burrowed in the sand.

Set to ominous music, the voice over said "users believe this to be a giant snake…bigger than any snake ever caught before."

While it may be fun to believe, this "creature" is actually the Serpent d'océan, a massive aluminium sculpture set in the Loire River.

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Beast in murky waters

Surely Indiana Jones and his fear of snakes would be troubled by this findCredit: TikTok / GoogleMapsFun

The last portion of the video lands in Indonesia, a collection of islands north of Australia.

A massive, curling figure is spotted just beneath the murky waters' surface.

One of the largest snakes ever recorded was a 23-foot reticulated python in Indonesia – the snake swallowed a woman hole.

"If you don't want to get attacked by giant snakes, I would suggest you do not visit these dangerous-seeming places," the voiceover concluded.

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Spotting irregular occurrences and shady figures is a popular TikTok genre.

@googlemapsfun's video has over 225,000 likes on TikTok to date.

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