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Originally posted by Beartracker16
Obviously, it is an Alla-hipo-rhyonoso-moose.
But seriously, I wish they had lifted it out of the water to take more pics.
Originally posted by MuzzleBreak
Fourth pict appears to show a boney skeleton. Sharks and rays have cartilage for their skeletons, not bone. It's a whale.
Originally posted by St Udio
the object could be a dead 'black-triangle' ...which was once a live creature we see in the skies & call UFOs
the gross appearance is a result of the air-borne creatures exposure to the sea-salt, et al.
we wll 'see' generalized resembelances to common body parts of regular terrestrial animals...because that is Nature..
but the 'black-triangle' flying/soaring creaturesare are perfectly evolved for an aerial existance, but the specimen your looking at in the thread is totally waterlogged and saturated... by drying the body out the scientists will discover that it is extremely light weight and fragile and the bone structure is a network of empty honeycombs
but this info will be kept from the public and a whale carcass will be the final explainationedit on 25-7-2013 by St Udio because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
I couldn't find anything else about these pics on the interwebs. Looks like a decomposed whale to me. Suggestions?
Apologies if it's already been posted.