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TheDepthsBelow: Because we all know there's things lurking underwater.

217,804 subscribers a community for 4 years, 11 months

last post 6 days ago [+]

>We are a subreddit dedicated to showcasing the strange, creepy, and horrifying things that exist just below the surface of the water. If it seems like something that just shouldn't be found in the oceans, lakes, or rivers of the world, then this is where it belongs.

> Happy swimming, and remember- There's always something below you.

> We have a Discord channel! Why? Just because. Come hang out, talk about whatever.


># RULES:

> 1. Submissions can be real or realistic fiction- realistic fiction meaning pictures or stories of things that could be.

> Please, no monsters or other things like that, we'd like to keep it as convincing as possible if you choose to post fictitious items.

> 2. Obviously, NSFW tags are in play. If there's bodies or gore of any kind, please be considerate.

> 3. Practice good reddiquette. We don't need a bunch of nonsense clogging up the comment threads.

> 4. This picture, this picture, and this one will get you a week long ban. Seriously, we're all tired of baby feet, rays, and shops.

> 5. NO POLITICS. End of story, no discussion. As to why this rule was finally invoked, someone decided that this was a good place to drag political nonsense into. There's plenty of other places for you to scream into the void about your political opinions on Reddit, this is NOT one of them. I don't care what "side" you're on, keep it to yourself or you're out.

> 6. Everyone other than the user who caused Rule #5 to go live, Keep being awesome!

> That's it. Six simple rules to follow.


># Check out some other dwellers of the deep:

>* /r/deepseacreatures

>* /r/HeavySeas

>* /r/IAmTheOcean

>* /r/ImaginaryLeviathans

>* /r/Jellyfish

>* /r/MarineBiologyGifs

>* /r/OceanLife

>* /r/Seaporn

>* /r/Submarines

>* /r/Submechanophobia

>* /r/Thalassophobia

>* /r/Whales

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