Locals believe it is a sign of an incoming catastrophe.
A massive sea monster’s carcass washed up on the shores of a remote island in Indonesia, baffling locals. The creature was reportedly found in Hulung Beach in Indonesia, after being discovered by a local fisherman. Asrul Tuanakota initially thought it was a washed up boat, but was shocked to discover that it was actually a sea monster’s carcass.
Apparently, the same kind of blob monster was found in the Philippines. But unlike the 15-foot creature found in the Philippines, this creature measured a massive 50 feet long! Locals were wondering what animal the carcass was, and how did it die. Many were speculating that it was actually a sign of an incoming catastrophe.
The creature was incredibly massive, had long locks of hair, and was unidentifiable. It was extremely smelly, and had a blob-like appearance. Many netizens dubbed the creature unknown, though its size resembled that of a whale. However, this is actually a rare phenomenon, and it has an explanation to it:
This massive carcasses are called globsters: Great globs of unrecognizable tissue washed up on beaches, too large and shapeless to be anything but sea monsters. Apparently, the last substance to decompose from a dead marine animal is collagen, a tough and rubbery connective tissue. The remaining blob of collagen appears stringy or furry and does not resemble the original shape and look of the animal. They are typically buried on the beach if they don’t wash back out.