Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

Just this past week, a bizarre-looking wild sea creature washed up on a beach’s shores. The pink-colored eel-like animal did not appear to have eyes and had razor-sharp teeth. Many onlookers along the coast were baffled by the creature’s long, pink, stalk-shaped body with a stump-like protrusion set just about one-third of the way down its body.

Suzanne Choate Arceneaux shared several photographs of the odd-looking sea creature online to a Facebook group, hoping to discover more about its origins. Many suggested comical suggestions, such as calling it the “killer hot dog.” Others sided with experts who advise that the most likely explanation is that the creature is some variation of an eel. [ii]

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More specifically, a coastal fisheries science director suggested that the animal was a snapper eel in extremely rough shape. The sea creature appeared to be roughly three feet long. [iii]

Additional to the scientific suggestions, others indicated that it also resembled the 1979 film ‘Alien’s’ Xenomorph, particularly the inner mouth of the monster. The Xenomorph, AKA the ‘Alien,’ is “an extraterrestrial hive-based endoparasitoid species with a multi-staged life cycle, possibly originating from the planet Xenomorph Prime. It is considered one of the deadliest of all alien species.

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