So someone on Tumblr posted a story and two pictures of some sort of "creature" that was washed up on a Mexican shore. So either this kid is stupid or thinks Yahoo is stupid because they posted it on their news feed page. The picture is fucking hilarious. I don't know how he came up with this story but he is a potential genius. Here's the story that was posted from Tumblr to Yahoo's news page.
It looks like something from a terrifying horror movie, but this is the mystery sea creature that’s baffled experts after washing up on a tourist beach in Mexico.
The monstrous 4-metre (13-foot-long) beast was discovered on Bonfil Beach, in the city of Acapulco, in the south-west Mexican state of Guerrero.
Stunned beach-goers stood around the beast and began taking photos - while also speculating on the possible species of the creature.
The creature’s body was washed on the shore by strong currents that have been affecting parts of the Mexican coast.
Rosa Comacho, the coordinator of the Civil Guard and Fire Brigade believes the animal had not been dead for a long time - but it has started to rapidly decay.
She said: ‘We have no idea what type of animal this is, but I do know that it does not smell bad or have a fetid aroma.
‘It is four metres long and was found on Bonfil Beach.’
The photos of the mysterious creature have since provoked huge debate online - with some suggesting that it might be a type of giant squid, while others have suggested that it is a whale.
And here are the photos that came with it.
So this is either a rock, or a tarp filled with dead bodies. How does anyone think this looks like some sort of creature? Where is anything that any sort of animal/creature would have? All I see is a tarp and a bunch of seaweed and trash clumped into a giant long tube like ball.
Listen Mexico, no one is falling for it. Just stop taking your trash, rolling it into a tarp, and throwing into the ocean. Do it like the normal people, dig a giant hole and stick it in there or just pile it up on the side of the road.
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