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IN OMG! ON 02 Jun, 2015
Have you ever seen a sea monster? No?
Sea Monsters are basically a variant species of whales and other types of giant squids. They are large, muti-armed and heavy.
Most of you might also think that the concept of seeing a sea monster is highly imaginary and is based upon the stories of some stupid people who just wanted to be in the news. Well, let me tell you one thing, that these monster do exist in reality.
This list of 10 Dead Sea Monsters will make you believe that the bizarre creatures really exist.
On July 2008, Montauk Monster washed ashore on one of the beaches in Montauk, New York, which disappeared mysteriously. Initial speculations suggested that it was a turtle without it's shell but later studies concluded that it was a raccoon with its upper jaw missing.
Bermuda Blob is a common name give to the two globsters found dead twice on the shore of Bermuda, first in 1988 then in 1997. The first globster was found by a fisherman name Ted Tucker in Mangrove Bay. The globster looked like a star fish specie with five legs. The analysis of the Blob suggested that it was a poikilothermic sea creature.
A 14 ton and 39 feet long mass of tissue was found on Pinuno Beach in Los Muermos, Chile, in 2003. It was named as The Chilean Blob. Investigations suggested that it was a giant octopus that was previously unknown.
A mysterious 13 feet creature washed ashore on the beach of Spain on August, 2013. It was concluded that the creature has a shark like skeleton which is long decomposed.
Zuiyo – Maru Carcass was named after a fisherman who caught it near the coast of New Zealand in 1977. On comparing the number of amino acids in the muscle tissue it was confirmed that the creature was a carcass of a basking shark.
In May 2014, a storm blew a bizarre creature on the Pukehina beach area, New Zealand. It was a 9-meter creature, which was considered as one of the remains of a prehistoric sea creatures.
Sea monster was found on the beach in Scotland. It was considered as a long creature that was seen before alive.
Lake Tianchi, the border lake between China and North Korea is the home of this Chinese Lake Monster. This monster is considered as a version of the "Loch Ness Monster ".
The Tasmanian Sea Monster was basically a sea globster that washed ashore in the Western Tasmania. The creature weighed around 10 tons and was measured to be a monster of 20ft by 18ft. Later investigations showed that it was a whale.
The Alkali Lake located in the Sandhills of Northwestern Nebraska is the home of The Alkali Lake Monster. The monster is described as a 40 foot long alligator like creature with grayish brown skin colour and a horn like appendage located between its eyes and nostrils. The cretaure was first seen in August, 1921 and then several newspapers reported various sights of the monster.