Unknown Sea Monsters Found – Carcass Washes Ashore In New Zealand

 

Strange Unknown Sea Monster Carcass Washes Ashore In New Zealand

Strange unknown Sea Monsters found. Carcass washes ashore in New Zealand. Check out the video evidence!

A mysterious carcass washed ashore in New Zealand last week, fueling speculation about sea monsters and dinosaurs. The rotting animal was discovered by a group on four-wheel vehicles speeding along the beach in Bay of Plenty.

Beachgoers were stumped when they came across what they thought was a prehistoric creature on the shore … stretching about 9 meters [30 feet] in length with large teeth and rudimentary flippers.

Over the past centuries mysterious masses of marine flesh have occasionally washed ashore on beaches around the world. Dubbed “blobsters” (or simply “blobs”) these large carcasses are so badly decomposed there’s not enough material to make a definitive identification.

To many people, the huge creatures — looking unlike any known animal — may seem like strong evidence for sea monsters or even existing dinosaurs.

Do you have any idea what this is?

Source: Fox News

 

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Nikolay Dimitrov
Nikolay Dimitrov

The Loch Ness Monster was on holiday in New Zealand and got lost. May be the water was too salt and the personal GPS got broken.

I am sure there are a lot more existing creatures, which we will never discover.