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IN Animals ON 20 Jan, 2016
Nature surprises us every now and then. Oceans are mysterious as they are full of millions of species which are yet to be discovered. Recently a new water-dwelling species of a massive sea serpent was found on the sea shore of Philippines.
Currently, research is going on this rare creature by the marine biologists.
Fables of an aggressive and predatory sea monster dwelling at the sea shores kept haunting the people of Philippines for years.
A dead oarfish was found washed up at the sea shore in the town of Libon.
This gigantic creature is 13-feet long and weighs around 110-pound.
People assume Bakunawa to be the cause of eclipses.
The image of this sea monster was posted by Albay governor Joey Salceda on Facebook.
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