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Nigel Marvin takes a trip through the seven deadliest seas of all time, in this 2003 offering from the Walking with... team.

Seamonsters game

Sea Monsters adventure

Can you survive the seven deadliest seas of all time in this game? Take the plunge!
BBC News: Bizarre whale fossil found

Seven deadliest seas

Seven deadliest seas

Our countdown of the seven prehistoric seas you'd least like to take a dip in.

Sea monster fact files

Sea monster facts

They're huge, hungry and swimming your way. Meet creatures from the early oceans.
BBC News: New 'monster' sea fossils

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