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Another Mysterious Sea Creature: Government Called in After Huge Creature Washes up Citizens Warned to Stay Away (Video)

Thursday, March 9, 2017 7:58
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Behemoth *Sea Creature* washed up by high tide! | Locals advised to “stay away”

Breaking story out of Britain as yet another massive sea creature is found high up on the rocky shore. Citizens were asked to stay clear of the giant until crews could get the proper equipment in this very rugged area to properly handle the situation.

Government called in after HUGE sea creature washes up on Brit coast

A MASSIVE sea creature has washed-up on the British coast and people have been warned to stay away.

Alarmed locals near Hartland Quay in Devon alerted government agencies after the dead creature – believed to be a whale – was spotted on the beach.

The mammal, which is as long as a double-decker bus at 35-foot, was first seen at around 4pm yesterday.

Sarah Stafford, manager of Hartland Quay Hotel and Pub, told Devon Live: “We have reported it to the government on their specialist whale and dolphin hotline.

“It’s huge but it’s definitely dead. We think it’s a baleen whale.”

Dead carcasses of whales can sometimes become a hazard for people walking past as gas inside their stomachs occasionally makes them explode.

People have been warned to stay well away from the creature due to the risk of disease and the dangerous location it is in.

Cheryl Fan Daerden, a member of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR), said: ”Whales can carry lots of diseases which can be passed on to humans so we would advise members of the public not to get too close.

“It is also worth reminding people that it is illegal to remove any part of a whale which has washed up, so please keep your distance.”

Cheryl added on Facebook: “Back from a BDMLR call out this evening to check on a whale that washed up on Hartland Quay.

“Exceptionally foggy drive and not the easiest access through slippery jagged rocks in the dark, but someone’s gotta do it!

“Unfortunately it was dead, possibly awhile ago, 9-10 metres at least and suspected small fin whale or large minke whale.

“Very sad to see it flopped over and lodged amongst the rocks and blood in the rockpools, but to see a whale in its entirety is still pretty awesome.”

Last week a whale was spotted very close to land on the south coast, as experts warned curious Brits to “stay away”.  SOURCE

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  • Photoshopped Squid. Way too high on the rocks for High tide to have deposited it.

    • Here on the East coast, it is common for tides to vary by 20 feet depending on storms and moon phase. Birds cans also carry something higher and drop it there.
      Dead creatures are washing up all over and i think we are seeing the results of Fukushima.

      • Me

        Birds surely didn’t drop that creature :lol: . I believe it’s real, and the tide did it.

  • Let’s go, now. Everybody here saw the move Tremors. That sucker was chasing Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward right up to that cliff in the background. That’s how he got there.

    He flew.

    Right before he died.

  • Where the hell’s GODZILLA when we Really NEED him ?!!!

  • Considering the amount of dead porpoises and dolphins that have been pulled up in fishing nets by fisherman in this area, the mega-trawlers have been blamed for the deaths as some dolphins have had their tails tied together. They think pollution from microplastic has an effect too.

  • This is obviously a whale. It’s hard to tell from the angle of the photograph, but if you’re well acquainted with whale anatomy, & you look closely you’ll be able to tell it’s giving a view from the top of the whale’s head. It’s badly decomposed, but the jawline and blowhole are evident.
    It’s a waste of time to argue over whether this is a whale or not. It’s clearly a whale. But my question is: What killed this whale? What horrible creature is lurking off the coast of Europe with enough strength to murder an entire whale? That’s what I’m more concerned about.

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