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Even Bigger Mystery: Why aren't all of these creatures quickly sent to (&/or on location examined by) experts and the results made public?
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Mystery as bizarre 15ft creature with 'flippers' and 'fur' washes up on beach

An unidentifiable creature was spotted washed up on a Merseyside beach in Liverpool on Wednesday. It is badly decomposed, covered in flies and very smelly

An unidentifiable creature was spotted washed up on a Merseyside beach in Liverpool on Wednesday. It is badly decomposed, covered in flies and very smelly

(DAILY MAIL) A 15-feet long seabeast that's been compared to a washed-up mammoth and an alien has left locals mystified after turning up on a British beach.

The creature was spotted on the Merseyside beach in Liverpool on Wednesday and has been dubbed the Ainsdale Anomaly.

People have been unable to identify the animal which has no identifiable head but is furry, has flippers and is badly decomposed and covered in flies.

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Tamster

The beast washed up on the Texas shorePEN NEWS/PREETI DESAI

FREAK OF NATURE: The sea beast washed up on the Texas shore following Hurricane Harvey

Bulbous-headed creature is seen with a fishing line in its huge mouth after it was caught off Coney Island, Brooklyn

"Stand with anybody that stands RIGHT. Stand with him while he is right and PART with him when he goes wrong." --Abraham Lincoln
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callie
What is funny is that people discount anything based on "science". Well guess what. "Science" told us that the Coelacanth became extinct 66 million years ago. And "Science" turned out to be wrong. As there have been several Coelacanth that have been caught over the last 20 years. Who is to say that an animal like the one described as the Loch Ness Monster could not be lurking somewhere under the oceans. "Science" actually gets proven wrong a lot.
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BobBarney

Bizarre creature washes out of the sea to enjoy the sun 

Bizarre creature washes out of the sea to enjoy the sun 

A bizarre alien like creature has shocked beach goers after washing onto the shores of a popular swim spot. A frightening image of a cat shark was posted online after it was seen basking in the sun on the sands of Golden Beach, Victoria on Saturday. And while the creature is usually found on the ocean floor, some species of cat sharks are able to live in extremely shallow waters for lengthy periods of time.

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BillB

Mysterious creature resembling a house-elf from Harry Potter that was found hiding under a car in Florida is revealed to be a sickly hairless RACCOON

Sick mythical looking Harry Potter creature revealed to be a raccoon

A unusual hairless creature that bore a striking resemblance to House-elf from Harry Potter was revealed to be a severely ill raccoon that passed away on Wednesday. The Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge in Orange County, Florida, shared several Facebook posts this week that showed the terrified animal after it was rescued Friday from underneath a car. The wildlife rescue service said the raccoon was brought in for medical treatment on Saturday.

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EdithWatts
here's another to ad to the list:
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jackie

Is Nessie dead in America? Mystery as sea creature 'resembling the Loch Ness Monster' washes up on Georgia beach

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On Friday, Jeff Warren and his son were boating on the Georgia coast when they came across the carcass of a mysterious dead sea creature.

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ThePlainTruth

Photos of a bizarre-looking animal in the Carolinas spark rumors that it could be the mythical Chupacabra... and it's on the loose

Gray animal that looks like El Chupacabra sighted

Photos of a gray animal, taken on Saturday at Santee Cooper Country Club in South Carolina (left and right), have gone viral after reports that residents say it is the mythical creature El Chupacabra. 'Ok...playing Golf in Santee SC. Can somebody pleeeeease tell me what the flock this is!?!? #ThatAintNoDog,' Stewart wrote in a Facebook post that has now been shared 1,550 times. Experts, however, revealed the animal is actually a canine, either a coyote or a fox with mange. Chupacabra in Spanish translates to 'goat sucker,' in reference to the first reported sightings of the creature (inset, file image) following the vampire-esque slaughter of numerous goats in Puerto Rico in 1995.


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'It looks like the devil': Mystery sea creature baffles locals after washing up on a New Zealand beach... so do you know what it is? 

Mystery sea creature baffles locals after washing up on a beach… so do you know what it

The skeleton of a mystery sea creature has washed up on a beach, baffling locals as to what kind of animal it could be. The creature appeared to have two legs and a tail, in addition to two 'wings', a fine set of teeth and a long point protruding from its head.

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