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Pic of 15-foot unknown creature on sea shore goes viral


Team Udayavani, Aug 4, 2020, 4:48 PM IST

A 15-foot long creature washed up on Aisdale Beach in the United Kingdom last Wednesday and the photos has gone viral.

As per the media report, a man found the carcass on the seashore on Wednesday, July 20 and he claimed that the creature had four flippers.

The photo of the creature was uploaded online on Ainsdale Community on Facebook and received over 500 comments on social media.

“Can anyone guess what this is on Ainsdale Beach. Elephant? Whale? Monster? Bizarrely it has/had 4 flippers. Most odd. Was approx 15ft long,” the caption read.

Many netizens have been trying to guess what the creature could be.

A user wrote, “A woolly mammoth? Yes, I’m aware they’re extinct but honestly what it looks like to me!” while another wrote, ” it looks like it got there by bike, then died.”

” Looks like a cow…probably died or was ill when being exported to be “ murdered” abroad…thrown overboard…poor soul,” wrote another user.

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