Strange sea creature washes up on russian beach, making people wonder if it was a vague mammoth

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The residues of a weird sea “monster” have washed up on a beach in russia, which made people think hard about what kind of animal did it belong to. The remains of the creature washed up on the sea shore of Bering sea. Nobody knows about the decaying remains of the animal it came from. It appears that the creature has a long fur coated tail.

This incident was first reported by Svetlana Dyadenko, who was the first person to witness the mysterious sea creature. The weird creature appears to be an animal covered with gray and white colored fur and a fur coated tail or possibly a tentacle. It doesn’t appear to have a defined head or a body part either. According to Dyadenko, the creature is fully covered with tabular fur which is the type of fur found on a polar bear. Also, the creature is very heavy to be moved from the place. Viewers suggest that it could be a woolly mammoth, an octopus or a giant squid.

People also assume it to be a “Globster‘ which is an unidentified mass which washes up on the shorelines of any water bodies. It is hard to identify. This term is also used to describe the tasmanian carcass which was found in the year 1960 which appeared to have no bone structure, no visible head or eyes. Scientist Kornev, has shared a theory that this might be a part of either a shark or a whale as under the influence of sea, time and different animals a whale can take bizarre forms. He suggests that this is a part of whale and not a whole whale.

So far, it is unclear what creature this is and it is likely that an investigation will be required.

karen Swicks

Karen covers all things animals here at WNL. Previously, Karen was a House leadership reporter for Roll Call, and a legislative action reporter for CQ. When Karen isnt busy wriing about the odd world of animals, she can usually be found on her hobby farm in North Eastern Ontario..

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