- A bizarre 15-foot creature with ‘flippers’ and ‘fur’ washed up on the Merseyside beach in Liverpool, UK.
- The creature has no identifiable head and gave off a very pungent smell.
In a puzzling event that took place on Wednesday, an unidentified 15-foot creature washed up on Merseyside beach in Liverpool, UK.
The bizarre creature has no identifiable head, but it is furry and has flippers. The creature was also found to be badly decomposed and covered with flies. Moreover, it gave off a putrid smell.
Locals were left baffled and this led to many speculations. Ranging from the creature being possibly a whale, walrus, cow, donkey to being an alien.
“It’s very bizarre,” said one man. “It’s like a mishmash of different things in one.”
A witness stated that the unknown beast had another creature attached to it through an umbilical cord, most probably in the process of giving birth.
“It’s 15-feet long, it has flippers, it’s furry and it seems to have another creature attached, possibly via an umbilical cord, so it could have been giving birth.”
Other witnesses had some interesting first hand impressions about the unidentified creature.
“Some people think it’s a cow or a horse. I honestly have no idea. My favourite theory is that it was a woolly mammoth or a crash-landed alien.”
“It almost looked like an elephant too.”
“It was almost like a whale that had eaten a horse that had eaten a dolphin.”
One local woman who had went downside to film the creature stated that the bewildering creature has been dubbed as the ‘Ainsdale Anomaly.’
The 32-year old woman, who wished to keep her identity hidden, said that the remains of the nameless creature smelled so repugnant that it almost made her ill.
‘I didn’t get too close because there were lots of flies and it stank,’ she added.
“I made the mistake of going downwind as I worked my way around it and I nearly threw up.
It was badly decomposed. It looked like there were three big mounds of bodily areas, all slightly different and unidentifiable to me.
To me the body looked quite twisted with flaps of skin here and there.”
An official from Natural England had been down to the beach to inspect the remains and finally gave an answer.
“We can confirm that an animal in a poorly decomposed state has washed up on Ainsdale beach and whilst the identification of the animal is unconfirmed it appears to be a species of whale,” said Stephen Ayliffe, the Senior Advisor at Natural England.
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