dglobalnews.com Mysterious 'creature' washes ashore in Philippines
Published: Sat, February 25, 2017
Research | By Kayla Price

Mysterious 'creature' washes ashore in Philippines

Mysterious 'creature' washes ashore in Philippines

Huge white hairy beast washes ashore following a recent natural disaster. To locals, it appears that something is killing the creatures that dwell in the deepest parts of the ocean, which are places humans seldom see.

According to The Sun, a "massive hairy blob-like monster " washed up on a Philippine beach, and the pictures of this mass are splashed across the social media sites as people stopped by to take selfies with this creature.

Experts said a mysterious hair-covered carcass that washed up on a Philippines beach could be the badly decomposed remains of a dugong or a sperm whale.

Images of the creature have since gone viral online, with several people offering up their suggestions as to what the monster could be. Another said it's just a giant Shitzu.

The creature was already in a state of advanced decomposition when found.

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Or maybe it's the most rational theory of all... local scientists believe it's a 20 foot long whale carcass.

The animal is thought to have died approximately two weeks ago, possibly after being hit by a ship.

"Whatever the oceanographic phenomena are that push these animals on shore, they're probably on a large enough scale to affect more than one oarfish", Mark Benfield, an oceanographer and ecologist at Louisiana State University, told Brown.

Even so... many have theories about earthquakes and marine life. "The charged ions can also oxidize organic matter which could either kill the fish or force them to leave the deep ocean and rise to the surface".

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