On Scottish social networks, people are discussing a photograph of a strange creature that was allegedly found a few days ago on Aberdeen Beach.
Only one photo of this creature is available and practically nothing is known about it, how long the remains are, whether samples were taken for identification, etc.
The creature clearly has the head of a reptile, iguana-type lizards, but the limbs are like cat’s paws.
The picture was originally posted by an ordinary local resident and, according to him, he just accidentally took a photo while walking by the beach.
Many local residents wrote in comments that after severe storms they often throw out the remains of strange fish and animals and that this is not the first such case.
In early October 2019, another unidentified creature was thrown onto a British beach in Devon County. Even expert zoologists could not identify him.
The remains were very large, about 3 meters long. It is possible that it was part of the intestines of a whale or something from huge squids.
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Its a mish mash of things, clearly fake. Remember Loch Ness! I rest my case! All fake!!
The skull has spikes on its brow area of the skull, so that’sa particular that cryptozoologist should start from identifying the creature. How many creatures can we find alive today with spikes on its brow bone? The skin to me looks like that of a dead frog, It could perhaps be an amphibian creature. His ribs however look exactly like crab legs, and if you take a look at its feet, seems like it is wearing boots. But what vould it be? A dead amphibian dinosaur? His skull reminds me of a mix between a chameleon an a cat. Perhaps even a bit of sea turtle, but there is no beak.
Weird stuff, but it also could be a hoax planted by someone, you never know.