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originally posted by: longy9999
Its just a dead animal, time spent in the water has caused it to partially rot, bloat and lose its hair.
If I remember right, wasn't the Mantauk monster some kind of sloth that had suffered the same fate?
originally posted by: nOraKat
a reply to: lostbook
There was a big long investigation on the one in Montauk that looked pretty identical to that one.
It was determined by zoologists that it was a racoon with mange
originally posted by: mcChoodles
Biologist/naturalists have seen raccoons since Settlers came to the new world. An undergraduate student could identify the skull of any known mammal in minutes. It would not take any lengthy investigationinvestigation.
The crest on the top of the head of this creature appears distinct from the rest of the missing cranial hair.
These animals have typical five finger appendages of non cloven foot animals.
I don't think it can be readily identified by any of the dissmisives in this thread. I vote crypto unknown predator.