Mysterious Sea Creatures Washed Ashore Huntington Beach Terrifies People

Admin | Published 2016-12-05 05:04
A lot of weird things have been happening in the world lately. Just this year, mysterious sounds in the polar regions puzzled civilians and experts. Last week, strange gelatinous organisms washed ashore the Huntington Beach in California. Biologists still argue what those creatures might be, but the majority assumes those are alien eggs ready to take over the planet. See for your self.

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These pink gelatinous pods baffled citizens and passersby on the beach. Some assumed it was sea cucumbers, while a few biologist identified it as sea salps. However, the mysterious creatures have distinct features that look different and more odd compared to the said sea species. Huntington Beach Marine Safety Lt. Eric Dieterman said it wasn't the first time these pods showed up at the beach. What's really strange is that this is the first that tons of these unknown pink-hued creatures appeared on the shore all at the same time.

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Speculations say that these pods might have been washed ashore after a storm passed the area. Most of the pods are dead, but the few living burrowed themselves in the sand when they reached the shore. Creepy.  

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Marines biologists say that it isn't the first time that odd-looking sea creatures were seen by the public. In 2014, a bizarre sea creature called Velella velella, or "by-the-wind sailors," were washed up in Western coast. The event also bewildered tons of people.

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"A lot of people probably never knew an organism like this existed in the world," David Bader, director of education at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, Calif., told CNN that time. "And you know the winds change, and all of a sudden they wash up on shore and we get to see what the ocean is really made of." I would still call these pink freakish pods "baby tremor monsters," until one expert proves what kind of creature it is.
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