Giant 'Sea Serpent' caught on film


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1. sambo1986 5 years ago

its on its deathbed, comes to the surface and gets poked around until its dead -.- pritty lame tbh

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2. Mix 5 years ago

There are still some monsters in the world :O ^^

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3. chronic 5 years ago

cut to the chase man how does it taste :P

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5. avionn 5 years ago

i agree with #3 im aching for some fish sticks >:) :D :P

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6. moskwiz 5 years ago

Amazing creature.. unreal :)

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7. Comment rated too low. Show this comment Cargoon 5 years ago

Beautiful??? Don't thinks so.

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8. zf1 5 years ago

ive seen these before. they washed up on shore during the 2004 tsunami. it kind of reminds me of a fish called Gobioides broussonetti --->

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9. wyvern1978 5 years ago

damn pass the chips and vinegar

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10. Noobeater 5 years ago

I think its interesting that this is a creature never before seen, still that guy is an expert at it?

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11. minkki 5 years ago

If I saw one of those I would hell no go near it and try to catch it.. I'd run as fast as I could and hope it cant fly after me..

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12. minkki 5 years ago

If I saw one of those I would hell no go near it and try to catch it.. I'd run as fast as I could and hope it cant fly after me..

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13. _MidNight_ 5 years ago


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14. zf1 5 years ago

#(removed comment) i believe you are correct.

according to wikipedia, they say that whale sharks grow to 2.2 meters (40 ft) and oar fish grow to 11 meters (36 ft). in the article it says that the oar fish is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest bony fish when clearly they are wrong. oops

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15. moskwiz 5 years ago

lol.. to #(removed comment), #14, #(removed comment)

Of course sharks are fish! By definition even! They are just not boned fish (osteopisces), instead their skeleton is composed of cartilage.. Sharks are cartilage-fishes (along with rays and the like), and yes, the oar-fish is the longest bone-fish in the world =)

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16. zf1 5 years ago

#15 that makes sense :)

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17. pookiinator 5 years ago

This is the first live one, I've ever seen. We had one in our museum in Clearwater Beach Florida, a plaster cast of one, found maybe 60 years ago. :) AWESOME!

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18. jrle123 4 years ago

how mean people kill those animals just for fun. and sometimes they kill it very cruly :'( :'( :'( :( :( :'(