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May 12, 2017, 12:05:59 PM
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On the shore of one of the settlements Indonesia carried the carcass of an unknown 22-metre creature.Representatives of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and fisheries, studied the carcass of the creature, unable to finally establish its nature, noting that it is a cross between a giant squid and a whale.However, it is noted that science is aware of squid, measuring about 5 meters.
http://regional.kompas.com/read/2017/05/11/16410081/sampel.bangkai.hewan.sepanjang.22.meter.di.seram.barat.akan.diuji.laboratorium
The problem with the identification of the carcass of an animal lies in the fact that the creature is in a state of decomposition. However, scientists took samples of meat carcasses to determine what kind of animal has washed up on the shores of Indonesia. People know the moon better than the ocean.
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May 12, 2017, 04:56:01 PM
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The picture was not very clear. But I believe that it was a whale. Normally, whales can have length of up to 30 meters. If it was not a whale, then it was probably a giant squid or some other oceanic creature.

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According to picture, it looks like a whale

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May 12, 2017, 07:46:07 PM
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That is a huge whale, 10 miles deep in the oceans creatures living in boiling water, with bacterial instead of internal organs.
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May 12, 2017, 09:01:15 PM
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As for squid so it's too big, and the whale can be. In the ocean in General has so many unknown animals. I heard somewhere that people know only 1% of the area of the bottom of the ocean. Imagine what might live on the other 99%?

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May 13, 2017, 04:01:41 AM
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That is a huge whale, 10 miles deep in the oceans creatures living in boiling water, with bacterial instead of internal organs.
Did you know Nagas are real? sea ferries  world of warcraft anyone?

Blue whales seldom dive deeper than 300 meter. The only species of whale which venture in to the deep sea is the Cuvier's beaked whale. It can attain depths of up to 3,000 meters. So don't type that whales can dive 10 miles deep.

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May 13, 2017, 05:45:28 AM
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On the shore of one of the settlements Indonesia carried the carcass of an unknown 22-metre creature.Representatives of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and fisheries, studied the carcass of the creature, unable to finally establish its nature, noting that it is a cross between a giant squid and a whale.However, it is noted that science is aware of squid, measuring about 5 meters.
http://regional.kompas.com/read/2017/05/11/16410081/sampel.bangkai.hewan.sepanjang.22.meter.di.seram.barat.akan.diuji.laboratorium
The problem with the identification of the carcass of an animal lies in the fact that the creature is in a state of decomposition. However, scientists took samples of meat carcasses to determine what kind of animal has washed up on the shores of Indonesia. People know the moon better than the ocean.
what an ironing "people know The moon better than the ocean" we actually live in strange world the more we think, we know our Environment the more God reveals to us that we are strangers on this earth. The creature washed on the shores of Indonesia is a sign that we know little about this earth.

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May 14, 2017, 10:05:10 AM
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On the shore of one of the settlements Indonesia carried the carcass of an unknown 22-metre creature.Representatives of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and fisheries, studied the carcass of the creature, unable to finally establish its nature, noting that it is a cross between a giant squid and a whale.However, it is noted that science is aware of squid, measuring about 5 meters.
http://regional.kompas.com/read/2017/05/11/16410081/sampel.bangkai.hewan.sepanjang.22.meter.di.seram.barat.akan.diuji.laboratorium
The problem with the identification of the carcass of an animal lies in the fact that the creature is in a state of decomposition. However, scientists took samples of meat carcasses to determine what kind of animal has washed up on the shores of Indonesia. People know the moon better than the ocean.
what an ironing "people know The moon better than the ocean" we actually live in strange world the more we think, we know our Environment the more God reveals to us that we are strangers on this earth. The creature washed on the shores of Indonesia is a sign that we know little about this earth.

We still don't know much about the creatures which live in the deep ocean. Conducting explorations there is extremely expensive and time consuming. Even on the surface of the earth, there are a lot of places which have never been properly explored.

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May 14, 2017, 10:44:31 AM
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On the shore of one of the settlements Indonesia carried the carcass of an unknown 22-metre creature.Representatives of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and fisheries, studied the carcass of the creature, unable to finally establish its nature, noting that it is a cross between a giant squid and a whale.However, it is noted that science is aware of squid, measuring about 5 meters.
http://regional.kompas.com/read/2017/05/11/16410081/sampel.bangkai.hewan.sepanjang.22.meter.di.seram.barat.akan.diuji.laboratorium
The problem with the identification of the carcass of an animal lies in the fact that the creature is in a state of decomposition. However, scientists took samples of meat carcasses to determine what kind of animal has washed up on the shores of Indonesia. People know the moon better than the ocean.
what an ironing "people know The moon better than the ocean" we actually live in strange world the more we think, we know our Environment the more God reveals to us that we are strangers on this earth. The creature washed on the shores of Indonesia is a sign that we know little about this earth.

We still don't know much about the creatures which live in the deep ocean. Conducting explorations there is extremely expensive and time consuming. Even on the surface of the earth, there are a lot of places which have never been properly explored.

Scientists have found out that it was a baleen whale. But he somehow is very big size.
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May 14, 2017, 10:55:43 AM
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Other sites write that this carcass is about 15 meters. Probably not a whale. But it may be a close relative of this kind and perhaps not very well known. The sure thing is that over the years all these sea cages continue to grow and as @Idrisu post above we know better the moon than the bottom of the oceans.
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May 14, 2017, 11:44:13 AM
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Loch ness monster got lost Smiley

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May 14, 2017, 10:54:32 PM
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The picture was not very clear. But I believe that it was a whale. Normally, whales can have length of up to 30 meters. If it was not a whale, then it was probably a giant squid or some other oceanic creature.

It looks like a Squid.

Here's a video of the creature:

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQfehd6oGRQ
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Video footage begins at 1:10 minutes.

I am pretty sure that the creature was not trying to get to land. What the mystery is how that creature crawled up to the shoreline at that size. It’s kind of like the Squid was thrown into that area or maybe a fisherman hooked it and rushed to his house to get a bigger pickup truck then when he returned he saw the large amount of people + media surrounding it so he bailed.


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May 15, 2017, 04:11:10 AM
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Scientists have found out that it was a baleen whale. But he somehow is very big size.

Yup! Just read it from here:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/92574099/its-probably-a-baleen-whale-scientists-identify-15m-creature-that-washed-up-on-an-indonesian-beach

Now the trouble is to remove the carcass from the coast. The decomposing whale carcass can produce a massive amount of toxic gas, which can be especially harmful for the children and the elderly.

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May 15, 2017, 04:38:26 AM
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Scientists have found out that it was a baleen whale. But he somehow is very big size.

Yup! Just read it from here:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/92574099/its-probably-a-baleen-whale-scientists-identify-15m-creature-that-washed-up-on-an-indonesian-beach

Now the trouble is to remove the carcass from the coast. The decomposing whale carcass can produce a massive amount of toxic gas, which can be especially harmful for the children and the elderly.


Exactly, plus just think how terrifying it would be if those toxic gasses build up inside of the carcass and then burst open when the pressure inside reaches breaking point just as a family of grandparents and little children walk past. Not only would they inhale those toxic gasses but the explosion would scare the hell out of those poor people.


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May 15, 2017, 08:08:56 AM
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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
Absorbant and yellow and porous is he!
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May 16, 2017, 08:03:43 AM
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Exactly, plus just think how terrifying it would be if those toxic gasses build up inside of the carcass and then burst open when the pressure inside reaches breaking point just as a family of grandparents and little children walk past. Not only would they inhale those toxic gasses but the explosion would scare the hell out of those poor people.

Check this, to have an idea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X0hq0ug9q4

The gases are produced as a result of the decomposition of the stomach remains of the whale. But sometimes, the carcass never explodes and the gases begin to deflate naturally as a result of the thickness of the whale skin.

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