They Discover The Corpse Of A Gigantic Sea Creature On The Shore Of A Beach [VIDEO]

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Horrifying. The corpse of a strange sea creature was discovered on a beach and thousands on YouTube were scared to see its terrifying appearance.

They could not believe it. A group of fishermen in the Philippines took the fright of their lives, after they discovered the body of a gigantic sea creature on the shore of a beach. The discovery of the mysterious animal was published on YouTube and thousands of citizens in social networks, especially in Mexico, Canada, United States, among other countries, were surprised with its size, as it took several people to lift it. 

According to Viral Press, the YouTube channel that published the viral video, the images were recorded on March 3 in Surigao del Norte, an island province in the Caraga region of the Philippines. The marine creature that these fishermen found is a rowing fish.

As you can see in the images, recently uploaded to YouTube, it took up to five people to be able to remove the rowing fish from the water, since this sea ​​creature is extremely long. According to the publication, the animal was 14 feet long, that is, a little more than 4 meters.

These rowing species are the longest bony fish in the world, since they can measure up to 56 feet long, around 17 meters. Usually, these animals live in the depths of the ocean (1000 meters), so it is very difficult for them to appear on the surface.

There is a belief that the appearance of a rowing fish on the beaches means that an earthquake will occur in the area. This frightened the people of this region of the Philippines who began to fear the worst; However, the authorities said that this myth is unfounded.

We leave you the shocking images posted on YouTube that show these Filipino fishermen removing the body of a rowing fish from the water. Despite having a large size, the creature is not so large, as there have been cases of larger specimens.

 

Source: La Republica