Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TFtoycollector, Jul 27, 2012.
This thing is freaky looking.
Beast of Brooklyn washed up in New York | The Sun |News
Bah, my work computer is blocking the pics.
That is some freaky sh*tz.
Looks like a decaying pig.
I love how awful the quality of those photos is in this day and age. It's probably deliberate to hide this "mutant"'s fakeness.
looks like a bloated bull terrier or rottweiler even
I doubt that they disposed of it.
Looks like something from Silent Hill.
Yeah, it's neither of those. My first thought was hairless decomposing bear. Decomp could distort the features of the face. Though I'm not sure what to make of it's hands. I like the idea that it's so kind of giant racoon.
When I first saw the weird looking hand, I thought of this for some reason.
When cloning goes wrong.
It's a bloated racoon carcass. Nothing to see here people, move along.
I wonder why they always call these things "monsters." Their corpses are weird looking, yes, but everything's corpses are going to look weird at some point. Really, we should take these types of opportunities to educate people on what happens during decomposition so they don't make utterly ridiculous statements such as "IT'S SOME KINDA ALIEN SPACE MUTANT BIGFOOT!"
It looks like a rat, but then again its been hot in NY whatever it is, it's definitely been in the water a few days to be that bloated, things get real gross when left in the water.
They wash up on our shores more than you think. They always blame the National Lab out in Suffolk County. But... no one is going to read my response anyway. pfft.
Beat me too it.
easy solution : Test the DNA, meaning collected a sample from the mystery corpse gets a DNA profile done them compare it to known species of similar body structure and size. if you get no good matches then expand out.
of course if it is ided another way than all of this would be unneeded.
Hey, I've never seen a racoon in real life, yet a look at those paws was enough to ring the right bell.
Ah...I thought it was about Mutated Turtles.
Yeah, but that would be a much less interesting solution, and that's really the motivation here, not the truth.
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