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"Crocodile-like" carcass from Jannetta, B. (2018, May 23). Retrieved from http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovegower/permalink/627321394269406/. Used according to § 51 Urheberrechtsgesetz as photo-citation in (popular-)scientific work. Skull of Harbour porpoise from Pedersen, Dawn. (2017, March 22). [Image]. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/paintedbydawn/33796942010/. Used under license cc-by/2.0.

Crocodile-like creature on Rhossili beach, 2018

On May 24, the tabloids report about a “mystery alien-” or “crocodile-like” “thriller” sea creature found at Rhossili beach between Llangenith and Rhossili (Swansea, GB). During a walk with her three dogs Ms Beth Jan(n)etta from Dunvant found the said creature, approximately 5 feet long with a one metre head …

Globster at Philippines, May 2018

Another globster washed ashore near the town of San Antonio, Oriental Mindoro province, Philippines few days ago. As is known from the past and several scientific analysis of other cases, those masses are whale remains like blubber, tissue etc. That is what Fishery Law Enforcement Officer Vox Krusada also voiced: …

Southern Stingray (Dasyatis americana) as symbol picture. (Jeff K. (2008). Used under license CC BY NC 2.0)

Mystery fish a Stingray? Yes!

Pictures of a brown, scaly sea creature atop a rock in Cairns, Queensland (Australia) have been shared with 9News.com together with the remark that no one can say what it is (Could this mystery fish be a Stingray?). German researcher Markus Bühler (March 4, 2018) explains it: „A new „mystery“ …

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Walrus at North Ronaldsay and Sanday, 2018

Lewis Hooper, volunteer at North Ronaldsay bird observatory, spotted a walrus in North Ronaldsay and another or the same animal was photographed from Russel Neave at Sanday, both Orkney Islands (Arctic walrus spotted in North Ronaldsay and Sanday, 2018).  Another walrus, also sighted at North Ronaldsay, was reported from Mark …

Giant grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) also known as Queensland groper (Lasica, 2012. Used under license CC BY 2.0)

„Monster fish“ at Moore Park Beach, Australia 2018

ABC News and others report about the find of John and Riley Lindholm walking at Moore Park Beach (Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia) on Tuesday. A nearly two metres long and about 150 kilogram heavy „monster“ fish carcass (see Lindhom (2018) and Lodge, J and Ford, E. (2018) for images). While the …

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