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Mudjimba Beach on the Australian Coast witnessed a mysterious aquatic creature wash up on the shore Monday morning, UK MailOnline reported. Debbie Higgs, a local who walks on the beach every day, discovered the creature on the sand.
The unidentified creature is bright red, has ribbing, no limbs, eyes of mouth and has what appear to be frills around it. "It's definitely not a plant, it feels spongy like a jelly fish," Higgs told Daily Mail Australia, "It's cold and rather smelly."
Although Higgs only took pictures of the "blob" after discovering it and left it on the beach, she went back to retrieve it after receiving a lot of tweets. "I had no idea what it was so I took a picture of it and tweeted it," she said "I had so many retweets and responses from people speculating what it was."
"It is about 25 cm long, so about the length of my arm. I had a tea towel in the car so I picked it up and took it home and put it in a bucket of salty water."