Body of Probable Sea Monster Identified as Dead Orca

Body of Probable Sea Monster Identified as Dead Orca

Beach goers in New Zealand were scared of a mystified frightening long and large creature having huge teeth from quite some days. But the scientists solved the mystery and found that the creature is a dead Orca, also known as Killer Whale, after having a closer look at the creature.

The body of the dead whale seems to be strange and scary to the people passing by because of huge amount of deteriorated and decayed body of the animal. The marine biologist Anton van Helden inspected 9 meter (30-foot) creature and studied the fin structure of the body, and found that the dead body is of the killer whale.

The creature was discovered by a group of four-wheel vehicles who were speeding along the beach of Bay of Plenty and they speculated it as either a sea monster or a dinosaur. As per a newspaper story in New Zealand, "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".

As per reports of Discovery News, the most common places throughout world to found washed up sea monsters include New Zealand, Canada, Florida and Newfoundland. And these creatures are decomposed to such a bad level and bear no resemblance that they are often interpreted as sea monsters.


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