Explore an Abandoned Shark Museum on Google Street View

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Featured in last month’s article about the world’s most creepy abandoned museums, this forgotten shark museum in Japan must be a unique place in the world of urban exploration. The derelict facility, sharks and all, can be explored via Google Street View. As a result, armchair explorers like us can experience an abandoned museum in all its creepy glory.

A range of large shark sculptures and specimens, including jaws and other bones, are still displayed inside the darkened rooms. Walls are adorned with educational boards and smaller specimens are displayed inside dusty glass cases. There’s even and rusted yellow shark cage once used by those brave enough to engage the great fish in its own territory.

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As Morgan Pinder writes: “It’s quite a bizarre experience to be able to go into this dark faux underwater world and then reemerge into an eye-wateringly bright lobby with cartoon sharks greeting you, and cardboard boxes stacked at the entrance.”

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