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 …

Cape May carcass 1921

What is the strange sea monster? Cape May, 1921

Introduction Cape May is a city and also a county in the U.S. state of New Jersey, located at the southern tip of Cape May, a peninsula between Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean. In 1921 a “sea monster”, which no one could identify, was reported to have been washed ashore …

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Welcome to Globster, Blobs and more

The blog’s topic This non-commercial, popular-scientific blog is about dead sea monster, sea serpents, whatsit, whazzit, globster, blobs, pseudo-plesiosaur and-octopus, dinosaur or whatever they’ve been called and their acknowledged or assumed identification. Equally what’s the label for those animals, if you read about them on this blog they generally have …

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