13 foot sea creature found in Spain

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Deep beneath the ocean lie large sea creatures which we have never even seen before. There are a so many varieties of fish which roam the ocean highways.
The ocean is a place to be respected and rightfully so. The odds of being shark bitten are remotely small but it does happen from time to time. Fairly recently, found by residents in the Spanish coastal village of Villaricos – is an unidentified creature which washed ashore.


There isn’t any conclusive evidence supporting the theory, that this strange creature which was found is nothing but the remains of a thresher shark. (According to some experts) The carcass washed up on Luis Siret Beach in the Andalusian village of Villaricos. It looks like something crossed between the fabled Loch Ness monster and some sort of mutant type fish being smaller in size.

Apparently one lady there found the corpse initially and said: “It really stank”. Another theory is this is a species of giant oarfish (Regalecus glesne). They are typically 10 feet (3 meters) long, but can grow in excess of 33 feet (10 meters).

This particularly beastly presence found in Spain, sports horns on its head region and has an elongated body. It is also unknown if this fishy beast is an adolescent version of something entirely bigger. This new found species of fish is unlike anything seen yet.


The initial origination of this species is also yet to be determined. The corpse of this strange creature had been dried out some by the sun before found as seen in the photos. Samples were taken and will be analyzed at a study laboratory.

While different theories are being thrown around, it is possible that this is a type of dinosaur which has survived deep within the sea. This is certainly a possibility as a deep ocean dweller they would be protected to some degree from absolute extinction.
It is always interesting to learn about new ocean life.

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