posted on by Jhonny Paranoid
So turns out this thing washed ashore in the coasts of Spain. What is it? I have no idea whatsoever, it does look a lot like the Loch Ness Monster however I must say, it’s a long way from the calm waters of Loch Ness in Scottland to the Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain. I kind of find hard to believe that this could actually be the Loch Ness Monster. But what is it then? With all the radiation recently being dumped into the Pacific ocean by the Daiichi nuclear plant in Fukushima, I’d say it’s a mutated sea creature. In fact there are people who claim this might be a ‘mutant fish’!
Hit the break to read more and watch a video with a similar beast (except less dead).
On Thursday a strange creature carcass washed up on the Luis Siret Beach in Villaricos, Spain. The creature measured in at four meters long and was in the advanced stages of decomposition.
According to Inexplitica, it has been called a “mutant fish,” and compared to the imfanous mysterious Loch Ness Monster. Proteccion Civil de Cuevas notified its colleagues at Promar in Pulpí: “We’re monitoring the beaches during the summer. A lady found one part and we helped her retrieve the rest. We have no idea what it was. It really stank, as it was in the advanced stages of decomposition. Promar experts are trying to ascertain its nature,” explained Maria Sanches, Coordinator of Civil protection in Cuevas.
The photo provided at the top of the post is the only one I could find. Either that or Google really hates me. Either way, the original article came with this video of what the author thought this dead beast could be.
So what do you think, Folks? radioactive mutant fish? Loch Ness monster? An ancient, yet undiscovered species of marine life? It’s hard to say due to the advanced state of decomposition of the body. It could even be a perfectly known species that rotted away to a point where it wasn’t recognizable anymore. Me? I think that’s the son of Godzilla, who died from cancer due to all the crap they are dumping into the water!
Visit beforeitsnews.com to view the original article while I send flowers to Godzilla to express sympathy for his loss.
Strange Creature Startles Swimmers In Spain (Photo)
Special thanks to Rachel Sims from Facebook for the tip!
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