posted on Nov, 3 2013 @ 05:48 PM
reply to post by pheonix358
That can't be a serious question, but off the top of my head -- cassowary, Tasmanian devil, and dingo.
Why are you even replying in a cryptozoology thread? I can tolerate ignorance, but not when coupled with condescending arrogance.
The "bloop" is a great example of the mysteries which still lie beneath the waves. I don't think any known species fits the bill here. Geologic
activity may actually have killed the shark, its decomposing body left drifting with the current.
Or maybe a leviathan lives its entire lifespan in the abyss. After seeing the fabled giant squid dragged up from the depths, I no longer doubt that
huge creatures can exist outside of known taxonomy.