In the article “Columbus sees mermaids” I learned that mermaids are a conspiracy theory made in the Latin greek of Atlantica. It’s been discovered in modern eras for centuries. It’s surprising that mermaids can have powerful singing to control humans. It’s like I can’t even describe what mermaids can dominate against. It was discovered by Columbus in 1943. They are described as not half as beautiful as they are painted.” Six months earlier, Columbus (1451-1506) set off from Spain across the Atlantic Ocean with the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria, hoping to find a western trade route to Asia. Instead, his voyage, the first of four he would make, led him to the Americas, or “New World.”

Mermaids, mythical half-female, half-fish creatures, have existed in seafaring cultures at least since the time of the ancient Greeks. Typically depicted as having a woman’s head and torso, a fishtail instead of legs, and holding a mirror and comb, mermaids live in the ocean and, according to some legends, can take on a human shape and marry mortal men. Researchers say they love to be around the warmth of the deep sea. Their survival expansion is 50-60 years. Which is not long enough compared to a modern human. The skeptical brief of these animals is that they are fish and half human that’s awesome!

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What do you think about mermaids? Do you think they are real?

I think this is scary but awesome that these creatures can actually exist. The reality is how do they even know this in the history channels? Like where do they get this information from to get the audience information about skeptical creatures as we see in the modern late century? It’s unbelievable how they have lived for so long. If I would have seen one in real life I’d probably even be freaked out by how scary they look.

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