Saturday, February 16, 2013

Monster in New Jersey?

This photo is reportedly of "something" a fisherman killed in New Jersey.

A spokeswoman for New York's Department of Environmental Conservation, when asked for a positive ID, stated via email: "The photo doesn't allow counting of gill openings (seven per side for sea lamprey), but based on size alone, this does appear to be a sea lamprey."

According to the DEC, sea lampreys are eel-like jaw-less and boneless parasites, boasting mouths full of rasping teeth and a file-like tongue.

Whatever it is was not killed recently because if you notice the trees are green, so this must have happened back in the summer or something.

It's a weird looking thing that is for sure.   


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  2. Whatever it is was not murdered lately because if you find the plants are green, so this must have occurred back during the summer time season or something.


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