posted on Jul, 7 2014 @ 11:34 PM
a reply to: gortex
I will be shot down by a storm of troll arrows when I mention my theory. Since cetaceans are still a "transforming" species, their inclination is to
somehow get back to land.
This my theory, and my theory alone. There is no publication or news about this. Just my observation, after observing a humpback whale beach itself
while drinking Coronas and catching bass off the coast of Baja California. This thing just lumbered unto the beach and just settled there.
Some of the expats tried to move this behemoth out to sea, I just watched. It is apparent that this a transitional species and somehow still think
they can crawl up to the beach without their old appendages.
Simples as that. No Navy Sonar waves or pollutions.
There was a huge fossil find off of Peru or Chile, where they found several large fossils of ancestors to the cetaceans. What where they doing so far
inland? Even if the seas were that far inland, they still beached themselsves a few millions ago.
Just my thoughts...