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The ocean is without doubt the most fascinating place on this planet. This quote pretty much sums it up.... "Earth Should be Named Planet Ocean, Not Planet Earth". That couldn't be more true. We are surrounded by ocean, yet for the most part, we have no idea what creatures are sharing the planet with us. In this video you will see five truly awesome underwater creatures that prove the ocean has far more to offer than what we think. So, from an enormous deep sea shark, to a mysterious alien like creature that was washed up on a beach. Sit back & enjoy this video!
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The second one is obvious. A decomposing carcass will often have a furry appearance, but said furr is actually bits of tissue that haven't rotted away yet. I can't remember why bits of tissue don't rot away as fast as others, though.
Okay had to pause the video after the first “mystery” a 9 foot long great white?? That’s pretty small. They can grow up to 20 and females are typically larger. Killer whales are known to go after sharks also especially if it’s an adolescent
The Montauk monster pretty much has been identified. It's most likely the remains of a racoon. I know it doesnt look like one, but it's strange appearance is the result of decay and being in the water, which caused the body to bloat and lose its fur. What appears to be beak is actually the exposed tip of it's nasal bone and upper mandible area. The mystery now isn't what it is, but how it wound up in the ocean.
There is no explanation for the last video that doesn't make that creature absolutely extraordinary. So what if it's not actually some huge, unidentified species of shark? At the very least, it's a sleeper shark bigger than any we've ever seen before, and that alone makes it a fascinating discovery. No matter what it really was, the experiment was without a doubt worth it
1. There are much bigger great whites than 9 feet (not really that hard to explain) 2. He even said it was a beaked whale (not hard to explain) 3. Everyone says it’s a decomposed orca and “the teeth look like that of a killer whale” “so who knows”. Great logic there 4. There are strange sounds like this that we hear in the ocean all the time that the human ear can’t pick up but sound equipment can, often times they aren’t animals but the resort of tectonic plates moving or boat motors at a long distance so it’s a real jump to conclusions to automatically say this is the last whale of its kind searching for a mate when there is no evidence of that 5. This is a Greenland or sleeper shark, they are mainly scavengers and bottom feeders that move very slowly (not hard to explain at all)
There are several hundred bacteria that looks like hair...move along. The Montauk monster was proven a fake. That is 100% an Orca proven and 100% confirmed in 2013. 52 hertz whale is a hybrid with a blue whale and a Fin whale or a deformed blue whale. The next is a pacific sleeper shark 20 ft max, when the try to tell you that the bait cage is 10 feet long it was actually a much smaller bait cage and so total bullshit to try to sell more bs to stupid people that believe what they are told. No offence to Top5 love this channel but most of this stuff has been debuffed.
I mean the sea is deep as hell, the pressure down there could create all kinds of of forms or species we dont see on land or surface. Considering how humans have explored only few percent of whole worlds ocean imagine how much we dont know
That sure as hell looks like a sleeper shark and given that deep sea creatures have a high expectancy to grow abnormally large I think that a giant sleeper shark is the most logical and plausible explanation to that last one. But hey I'm just a guy on the internet although I am certain of it.
Doesn't make sense, that can't be a real human size cage. #1 because a regular cage, the camera has to be from a far distance to look that small #2 the shark is closer to the camera, so that means the camera shouldn't capture the whole body of the shark. Something is off.
Great video! But....
#5. This is the only actual example where there is a good reason to thing it was a large unknown organism, the only other explanation (other than the ones you listed) is that a large cephalopod (I.e giant deep sea squid species) grabbed the shark and then quickly retreated to the depths, as it would use its fins to travel backwards very quickly. (Even then I’m not sure that particular species would hunt that shallow)
#4. The “furry sea creature” is obviously a beaked whale, and although you said it would be too big for an adult, even more so a cub, beaked whales are actually not that big, only around the size the body was displayed in the picture. Plus, bodies decaying with all the flesh Philomena hanging off is common of rotting sea mammals, and even some sharks.
#3. Although Orcas don’t have small snouts, the only reason THIS washed up orca did was because the lips and blubber tissue around the face melted/rotted away before scavengers and more of the environment could tern it’s surface into the philimentus-like texture states in #4
#2. Almost certainly some kind of marine mammal. A creature that wouldn’t need to come up for air and evolved a completely aquatic lifestyle without any of their ancestors previously being terrestrial would mean it wouldn’t make a sound audible to humans at all, so it is very likely not anything outside a marine mammal.
#1. The large shark displayed in the video is clearly a Sleeper shark (or Green land shark as some people call it) these sharks have been KNOWN to grow larger than great whites due to deep sea gigantism, so it’s not that surprising it looked bigger than any non-filter feeding shark. Furthermore, it couldn’t be a megalodon or megalodon descendent because it shares almost nothing in common with what we know about Carcharadon megalodon. Example: megalodon was certainly an open shallow water shark, and could not handle the pressure of the deepest place on earth, sleeper sharks can be found in both the deepest places on earth, and in the coldest pretty much worldwide.
And for that one guy that said that this “proves the existence of Godzilla”
**t h o n k**
There is a mysterious sea creature which has been herd in the ocean. They have named it “gloom” It’s a lot bigger than any whale. And apparently it’s guessed as big as England. It was herd of the coast of the Pacific. Who know wats out there?
Maybe it was a whale who is making the sound. Maybe it is just trying to hit the whistle tone registry or it is out of tune. Come on guys not all of them want to be normal they want to be mariah carey!!
I found out what that huge shark is...its a species of a sleeper shark. It lives in really deep water because of is size. Sleeper sharks are very lazy so thats how it got its name. Dont believe me look up on youtube "bills chanel megladon" good luck😊
I saw a 10 foot about 1000 pound alligator gar in bacliff texas washed up and was eaten straight in half, and not even a knife can penetrate a little 3 foot one and each scale on this alligator gar was size of a quarter
Has all common sense of mankind gone out the window. The shark that was meant to of been ate by another shark. Seems that it got sucked into a current went down fast and maybe the heat changed as it's closes to the crust of earth. Secondly the hairy dolphin thing, I've always seen that animals adapt to weather soooo. The animal was most definitely not from warm water and I don't think it died from change to cold water. Just seems common sense to me.
I really don't see whats so hard to get about the first one. FOr the tag to be inside the digestive system of another animal, it's unnecessary for Alpha to have been eaten completly. Tags are attahed to the finn, as seen in the video. So if anything came by, and bit of that finn (or part of it) everything is fine. Small animals eat much larger ones all the time. I also like the theory of th efall of tag, seems plausible too.
That’s not a furry dolphin lol it’s just a badly decomposed one the flesh is rotting in a way that makes it look as if though the creature might be furry. Many creatures that have been washed up on shore look that way.
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