No less than four colossal carcasses were allegedly filmed in an underwater cave off the coast of Matagi in 1990, leaving marine biologists mystified as to the identity of the remains.
This 40-foot long, bovine featured, aquatic creature was discovered by natives on Masbate Island, only to be sold to a local butcher for its meat.
One of the most famous images in cryptozoology was spawned from the bizarre camel-like remains of an unusual carcass that washed ashore in the northeastern United States.
Images of this unusual carcass appeared on the internet around 2009, and appear to show a bizarre bovine-humanoid creature, which some believe may be of extra-terrestrial origin.
These unidentifiable masses of fibrous collagen have washed up on beaches across the globe and remain one of the ocean’s greatest unsolved mysteries. (more…)
In 2009, four Panamanian teenagers had a terrifying encounter with a pale, spindly armed, hairless being, which they claim they were forced to kill after it attacked them from under the water.
In a span of less than three months two unusual carcasses washed ashore on the same stretch of New Zealand beach. Skeptics maintain that they are nothing more than shark remains, but the photographic evidence may indicate otherwise.
This bizarre, 19th century carcass seems to synthesize the attributes of an aquatic mammal with those of a crustacean, resulting in one of the most unique marine animals ever to be witnessed by human eyes.
Swept up in the chaos of the World War II, this gigantic, razor-toothed carcass managed to slip out of the scientific journals into the obscurity of local legend. (more…)
These incredible remains were made famous in a November 26, 1930, New York Times headline which exclaimed: “ICE BARES STRANGE ANIMAL… ALASKANS SUGGEST PREHISTORIC ORIGIN.”
This unique, ancient whale-like carcass washed up on the Gambian sea shore in 1983, and has fueled years of speculation regarding its unusual origins… and the fate of its carcass.
Described by eyewitnesses as being a cross between a walrus and a giant squid, this unusual carcass has left even DNA experts baffled.
These fascinating remains were discovered on Louisiana’s Highway 12 in 1996, and have been at the center of a raging controversy ever since.
These bizarre, bipedal, bulb eyed, razor toothed marine animals have baffled both zoologists, clergymen and local constables since their first recorded appearance on a British beach in 1954.
The identity of this large, mysterious, star shaped carcass remains shrouded in mystery, even to the scientists who have studied its tissue samples.
These mysterious, hairless, blue skinned, canine-like creatures have been stalking the farms of East Texas since 2004, and shows no sign of stopping their reign of terror.