Mysterious rotting sea creature washed up on shore is finally identified

This giant nasty stink blob washed up on the shore of Seram Island and startled locals. They walked up to the gooey gunk of rotting flesh and investigated to figure out what it was. It took a while to decide, but it seems to be a whale that passed away.

Deceased whales usually sink to the bottom of the ocean and provide food and resources for quite a while, but that didn't happen with this one. This whale may have experienced an increased level of gas in its body which can cause the animal to float for a while. This one in particular has floated all the way to an island where the locals were shocked and inquisitive. This thing looks like it came from an alien planet and its quite creepy in appearance.

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THE remains of a giant sea creature washed up on the shores of Seram Island has shocked locals.

The bloodied monster was discovered by a local identified as Asrul Tuanakota, 37, on Tuesday evening, according to a statement obtained by Beritasatu.com.

But it’s believed the creature has been dead for at least three days.

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Mr Tuanakota said he mistook the creature for a stranded boat.

The Jakarta Globe reports it’s believed the 15-metre long creature is a giant squid.

But a co-ordinator of Indonesia’s Marine and Coastal Resources Management said it was likely to be a whale, Storyful reports.


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Lab tests are underway to confirm the species, the co-ordinator said.

Twitter user Nick Andersen had some fun with the strange pictures of the washed up sea creature in the Indonesian island. His Tweet resembled a strange poem of words that could not rhyme out loud, but they sure blend together like the cream on an Oreo cookie.

a giant
unidentified
dead thing
is decomposing off the coast of the indonesian island of seram

and nobody
knows
what
it
is pic.twitter.com/zPjpyOtdjJ

— Nick Andersen (@nicktheandersen) May 12, 2017

What would you do if you saw this giant rotten nasty thing on the beach? I would poke it with a ten foot pole to see if it was still alive. Then I would take a sample of it to a local science lab and see if they can test it for bizarre things like random diseases or conditions that could have lead to this poor animal suffering and eventually not surviving.

What we don't know is what the locals did with the glob after they took pictures and videos of it. How do you get rid of that mess? Did a boat have to tow it out to sea and tie some cinderblocks on it like the guys in the mob do to a snitch?

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