Thursday, December 12, 2013

Unknown Creature Washes Up From The Sea

Sea monster washes up
Horned Sea Monster
This strange horned sea creature washed up near the shores of the Almanzora caves on the beach in Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain a few months back.

It was first discovered by a woman walking along the beach. At first all that she found was just the head of the creature and then on down the beach the rest of the body was discovered. Once the head was laid back together with the body the creature was said to be 13 feet long. On lookers quickly gathered to look at the mystery beast.

Maria Sanches of Civil Protection in Cuevas, said “We have no idea what it was. It really stank.”

Nothing like a smelly unknown fish carcass to brighten up ones trip to the beach but what if it was a link to one of the most popular unknown creatures in cryptozoology? Some think it might be.

The incredible carcass caused many to think it was a link to the Loch Ness Monster or that it was some sort of sea dragon, while others suggested it was some type of  oarfish or shark.

The Civil Protection squad was contacted, who in turn notified the marine fauna protection society, PROMAR, in nearby PulpĂ­. The experts at the centers say they have never come across any species like it and are attempting to find out from its remains what it could be.

It is unknown how much of the creature the two centers kept but according to the report by Thinkspain.com, some of the creature's remains were buried for "for hygiene reasons".

While this story may not be new, as it is a few months old, it appears the sea has now provided us with another mystery. 


Thanks
~Tom~
[Source: thinkspain]




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1 comment:

  1. According to Florida State University ichthyologist Dean Grubbs it's a decomposed shark, probably a thrasher shark.

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