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Photo depicting the surface of Threshold#4.

T#4 designates a circular threshold with a five kilometers radius located about the Oceanic Point of Inaccessibility.1
No species which occurs naturally above the ocean's midnight zone have been observed within Threshold#4, so deep sea fish make up most of the marine population. Through an unknown mechanism, these species are able to stand much shallower waters than their counterparts despite any apparent biological boundaries and fill every niche in the ecosystem.
Other abnormalities observed in said species include a general increase in size, an increase in aggression towards every life forms and an apparent desire to stay near Threshold#4.

> Discovery of Threshold#4


Specimen of monkfish caught by a fishing boat; it's an abyssal fish, it shouldn't swim at such heights…

T#4 was brought to the attention of the Turner Association by reports of sailors:
many reported having fished numerous specimens of monkfish which is strange as this type of fish is typical to live in the ocean floor.
In addition, other sailors claimed to have seen 17th-century style galleons riding the waves on the horizon and then disappearing.
Later the whole coast of a little known island was covered by "red water".2
Finally, four sailors report that during a fishing trip they heard a deafening roar and saw an enormous tail, different from any animal known to date, that came out of the sea surface and then immediately returned to the ocean depths.
By triangulating the position of all these events it has been found that the perfect center of it is none other than Point Nemo.
The Turner Association therefore decided to organize an expedition to the center of T#4 to understand what was happening.
The entire expedition is detailed in Log-T#4.

> Turner Association's Discovery of Threshold#4

The following expedition log is an audio recorder that illustrate the singular nature of the Threshold#4 through first-hand account. The expedition is led by several members of the Association, local government military troops and Europe's best marine biologists.

> Document recovered from the depths of T#4

About six weeks after the Point Nemo expedition, a hermetically sealed 500ml can of Monster was found on the shores of the island closest to T#4.
This is very unusual as the inhabitants of the island are very xenophobic and tend to have a bad view of everything that comes from the outside world.
Using a laser we managed to open the can, inside there was a piece of damp paper possibly torn from a diary.
The content of the piece of paper is as follows:

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