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It's a landmass higher than sea level surrounded by water. But never mind that.
Whale fat blobs are pretty common in photos of "sea monsters".
That's probably what this is … unless it suddenly starts devouring researchers and spectators. Then it might be something else. :)
So that's where he ended up. . .
it could be Jabba, though wait, wasn't that long,long ago In a galaxy far far away?
It ain't pretty when the girdle fails…
zoneofcontrol for the win!
Zone wins, absolutely!
Nope, can't be Moore. Too clean-looking…
It's a Blue Whale. not even hard to ID anyone who has read a book on whaling history with photos of dead whales and their bones could have ID this whale in seconds, let alone seen a photo of a live one.
I don't doubt it but I really don't see the pic as the live one and the pic of the dead one to be an easy match
I mean, looking at the dead pic, what am I seeing that looks like the live one? What part is sticking out front that looks sort of rectangular with a domed top? The motor?
It was a heavily decomposed whale carcass.
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