China & Sea Monster

June 24, 2011 by staff 

China & Sea MonsterChina & Sea Monster, 55-foot “sea monster” was stranded on a beach in Guangdong, China. The animal, which was too decomposed to be properly identified, weighs about 4.5 tonnes, LiveScience reported. Three marine biologists are unanimous in agreeing that the creature is a whale. Based on the slots in your throat, “we agree that it is a Balaenoptera,” said Scott Baker of Oregon State University Maikelnai is. “Judging from the size indicated 55 feet, perhaps a fin whale. In the photo, but it does not really seem to be 55 feet, so it might be a smaller Balaenoptera, as one of” Bryde “whales.”

Bryde’s whales are mammals that inhabit coastal beards in tropical and subtropical waters.

Baker, who works at the Marine Mammal Institute OSU, Bill joined National Marine Fisheries Service Perrin and Bob Brownell of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, in his opinion. We judge the creature from a photo taken by Sun in the UK.

The “sea monster” was discovered by a fisherman of 66 years old, known only as Hwang. Despite the stench of rotting flesh of the creature, many people have come to see the body. Some believe the animal was caught by a fisherman and then abandoned because it was too big for the earth. It was found entangled in the ropes.

The photo, which may not be reproduced without permission, can be found on the website of Sun

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