Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have been turning up many oddities, from a UFO landing in Corpus Christi to a strange dragon-like figure appearing in Miami. The latest of these is a mysterious dead sea creature washing upon the shore of a Texas beach. Self-proclaimed nature nerd Preeti Desai shared photos of the corpse on Twitter and asked for help identifying it:
It is not entirely clear whether Preeti witnessed the creature with her own two eyes, but many on Twitter suggested it could be an eel, specifically a Fangtooh snake-eel, or Tusky Eel:
What do you think of this exotic discovery? Is this an alien or mutated creature or evidence of a new animal species, or is this simply a neat-looking, though rarely seen eel? Share your theories on this "crypto" sighting in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
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9/19/2017 10:54:56 am
Clearly this isn't the eel that they say it is. We can easily determine this by examining and comparing the teeth of each. It very likely is some species of eel though, since it does have the body structure of one. Weather or not it is a known species I can't say, I'm not a marine biologist. And would be neatly impossible to use the body to identify it, since sea water and sunlight can do some interesting things to decomposing sea life. I would think the best way to identify it would be by the tooth type and arrangement and jaw structure. But jumping to the conclusion of being an alien species isn't very reasonable or scientific. Making any assumptions in any regard wouldn't be, for that matter. Curious to know what they find out what they find if anything is being looked into on the mattef
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