Published: Sat, May 13, 2017
Sci-tech | By Doreen King

Giant squid or whale? Enormous sea creature discovered in Indonesia

Giant squid or whale? Enormous sea creature discovered in Indonesia

The carcass of a giant squid was discovered on the shores of Seram island in Maluko province of Indonesia, on Tuesday, local news daily Beritasatu reported.

Now while local residents are rushing to see this mystery creature, many folks are already chiming in and saying that this is either a giant squid or a sperm whale that just met its demise.

Initial speculation had assumed it may be a giant squid, but those assumptions have mostly been dismissed.

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The monster has started to decay prompting residents to urge the government to have its remains quickly removed. "From the looks of it, it's unclear how many people can fit in this creature".

The massive sea animal which appeared to be dead for past three days is 50 ft in length and water around the carcass turned red in color.

It is thought to be almost 50 feet (15 meters) long and 6-7 meters wide.

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The decaying remains of an unidentified sea creature have washed up on the coast of Indonesia.

A group of marine scientists have reportedly taken samples of the creature in a bid to identify it. It was eventually thought to be some form of dolphin, with a representative from the Sakhalin Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, Nikolay Kim, saying, "I can confidently say that this is some kind of a dolphin".

Others who viewed the footage suggested it was a decomposing humpback whale.

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