Massive mysterious ‘globster’ sea creature washes up on beach
It’s an Unidentified FLOATING Object: Experts baffled as massive mysterious ‘globster’ sea creature washes up on beach in the Philippines
- Beast surfaced in the town of San Antonio in Oriental Mindoro province May 11
- Villagers flocked to see the enormous carcass of the unidentified organic mass
- Marine workers took samples from creature for testing and it will be disposed of
A huge hairy sea creature has been found washed up on a beach in the Philippines – sparking fears it is an omen that a natural disaster is looming.
The body of the mystery 20-foot-long animal surfaced in the town of San Antonio in Oriental Mindoro province at about 7pm on May 11.
Villagers flocked to see the enormous carcass of the ‘globster’ – an unidentified organic mass – and pose for selfies.
Marine workers took samples from the unidentified creature, which is four feet wide at one end and two feet wide at the other.
They said the greyish white blob smelled ‘awful’ and like ‘something from another planet’.
And some residents were left fearing the dead animal was a warning that a natural disaster might strike.
‘An earthquake is heading for Oriental Mindoro,’ said Tam Maling.
‘The big globster is a sign of something bad coming. Please pray for us.’
Residents study the unidentified hairy blob which washed up in the town of San Antonio in Oriental Mindoro province, Philippines
The body of the mystery 20-foot-long animal, which is four feet wide at one end and two feet wide at the other
Mother-of-two Imelda Mariz said: ‘I couldn’t believe what it was, I’ve never seen anything like it. In God’s name, I was shocked.
‘The children were scared it was a dead monster. Nobody knows what it is yet.’
Today government workers will dispose of the beast, which they believe could be a dead whale.
Children gaze incredulously at the beast, which has sparked anxiety among residents
Marine workers took samples from the unidentified creature and it will now be disposed of
Government workers say the animal is probably a whale but the exact species is not known
Fishery Law Enforcement Officer Vox Krusada said: ‘For now we can say it is a whale, but the exact species is still unknown.
‘The tissue samples are now sent to our lab for DNA analysis. The local government of Gloria will now bury the carcass.
‘It smells awful. It smells like something from another planet.
‘I really experienced the full power of its smell because I’m the one who took the tissue samples. I almost puked.
‘I felt better after taking a bath but the stench still lingers in my nose.’
A similar ‘globster’ creature washed up in the Philippines in February last year.
Officials believed the beast, which was found on Dinagat Island, was an orca or a manatee.
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