Little that we know, the world is really too big to deny that some rare creatures are remained undiscovered. With this article, you will see, especially on the video, bizarre creatures that were caught on camera, with some or most of them could never be fully explained, even with science.
- UNKNOWN SOMETHING
This mysterious object is resembling a whale tailed- beast like creature was spotted on a video which comes out from the water and then disappeared right away that we did not have the chance to know where it go. This video received many comments from the viewers and experts, and some claim that it was some sort of a gas leak or chemical reactions which still could never be explained. The video footage was recorded when Japan was hit by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake, and then shocked with a huge tsunami, killing more than 18,000 people, in 2011.
Another incident that somewhat resembles to this kind of creature was a footage of the ambiguous object has been found on a Japanese beach after it was left there in the wake of the tsunami that hit the country. The discovery was shot by a survivor of the natural disaster and has left viewers scratching their heads. The DailyMail news reported a very detailed description of this event.
- GIGANTIC WORM
This creature looks like a giant worm. In 2012, a local camera man named Hjörtur Kjerúlf, managed to capture a video which shows a mysterious ‘serpent-like sea creature swimming through the cold water of the glacial river Jökulsá í Fljótsdal, in east Iceland.
But report on DailyMail shows that experts have come up with better explanation on which they believe it’s probably just fishing net.
Investigator Miisa McKeown revealed: ‘Being at least passingly familiar with ice and how frozen objects behave in water (I live in Finland), I couldn’t help but be intrigued by this.’
Speaking to Discovery News, she added: ‘The movement was the most fascinating aspect, but when I realised how quickly the water was flowing I figured that could very well cause that effect on a flexible object trapped there.’
She analysed the video and took several screen captures at different times and compared the location of the animal’s ‘head’ to static reference points to see if the swimming creature was actually moving, or the result of an optical illusion.
She found that the object is stationary in the water; it appears to be moving up the stream but is not.
Still, many believe that the grainy footage was proof of the existence of the legendary beast Lagarfljótsormurinn – Iceland’s version of Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster. The notorious ‘snake-like’ creature is said to live in the Lagarfljót lake, which is 25 miles long and 367 feet deep – and it has been the subject of many a supposed sighting since reports of it first emerged in 1345.
- WEIRD MONSTER
This mystery creature was captured in the Shenzhen Reservoir in China’s Sand Bay, and nobody has a clue what it is. Workers say they fished the hairless creature out of the reservoir where it was swimming around. It has a long claw and has no fur.
Locals have dubbed it the ‘water monster’ and are even thought to be a mythical ‘water ghost’by some. Others have theorised it is a Malay bear cub who has lost his hair.
Hopefully the workers found a stronger cage to house the thing in. Nevertheless, this creature remains unknown as to what it is exactly and where did it come from.
- FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER
The video was recorded on June 2015 by a group of oil workers near the seabed off the coast of Angola. A team from BP was carrying out routine operations near an oil well, using a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) at a depth of 1325 metres, when they spotted the creature, which they nicknamed the flying spaghetti monster. The footage was sent to Daniel Jones from the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK.
A deep-sea animal researcher, Jones is involved with the Serpent Project, a collaboration with ROV teams from oil and gas companies to catalogue ocean life. Jones identified it as a siphonophore.
Philip Pugh, one of Jones’s colleagues, pinned it down precisely. After noticing that the tentacles do not have side branches, he deduced that it was a specimen of Bathyphysa conifera.
Siphonophores belong to a group of aquatic animals that include corals and jellyfish. Specimens up to 40 metres long have been found, making them among the world’s longest animals.
Over the past few years, rumours have circulated in Japan about the existence of arctic huge Humanoid Life-Forms inhabiting the icy waters of the Antarctic. Reportedly observed on multiple occasions by crew members of government-operated “whale research” ships, these so-called “Ningen (人間, “Ningen”, meaning “human”) are said to be completely white in color with an estimated length of 20 to 30 meters.
Eyewitnesses describe them having a human-like shape, often with legs, arms, and even five-fingered hands. Sometimes they are described as having fins or a large mermaid-like tail instead of legs, or even tentacles. The only visible facial features are the eyes and mouth. According to one account, crew members on deck observed what they initially thought was a foreign submarine in the distance. When they approached, however, it became clear from the irregular shape of the thing that it was not man-made–it was alive. The creature quickly disappeared underwater.
To date, no solid evidence has been presented to confirm the existence of the Ningen. The government is believed to have kept detailed records of the sightings, but they have released no information to the public and have reportedly instructed eyewitnesses to remain silent.
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