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Sea Monster-China

A GIANT 55 foot 'sea monster' has been found washed up on a beach in China.
The beast from the deep is so badly decayed it cannot be identified.
But according to local reports from Guangdong, in the south-east of the country, it weighed at least 4.5 TONS.
One fisherman, known only as Hwang, 66, said he was astonished by the find.
People have flocked to see the creature — despite the rotting corpse's foul stench.
It was found tangled in ropes and one theory is fisherman caught it but could not land it as it was so big.



http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...a-monster.html

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Re: Sea Monster-China

whale ?

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Old 06-22-2011, 03:39 PM
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Re: Sea Monster-China

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whale ?
that's what i thought

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Re: Sea Monster-China

Doesn't look like much of a sea monster to me...

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Re: Sea Monster-China

decomposed Whale Shark..??

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Big ass flounder.
Those crazy commie bastards!

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Big ass flounder.
Those crazy commie bastards!

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Looks like it stinks.

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Re: Sea Monster-China

Yes, whale is the most likely one

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Upon seeing a photo of the carcass, three marine biology experts — Scott Baker of Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute, Bill Perrin, senior scientist for marine mammals at the National Marine Fisheries Service, and Bob Brownell, senior scientist for international protected resources with the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration's Fisheries Service — all think it's a whale.
Based on its throat grooves, "[we agree] that it's a balaenopterid," Baker told Life's Little Mysteries. "Judging from the reported size of 55 ft., maybe a fin whale. From the photo, however, it does not really look to be 55 ft., and so might be a smaller balaenopterid, like one of the 'Bryde's' whales."
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Re: Sea Monster-China

Looks like a Globster to me.

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