"Faceless, fanged" creature found beached after Harvey ID'd

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"Faceless, fanged" creature found beached after Harvey ID'd

Post by Koa » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:19 pm

The fanged, faceless sea creature that washed ashore during Harvey has been identified
By Lindsey Bever, Sept. 14
THE WASHINGTON POST

After high winds and heavy rains brought by Hurricane Harvey, a mysterious sea creature with fangs and no face washed up on the shoreline in southeastern Texas — giving the Internet a challenging task: to identify it.
Read the full article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/spe ... 10c38b77dd

"Faceless" seems misleading-- the first picture clearly shows what is its eye and you can tell it has a face from the eye's positioning and its jawline.
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Post by Uzumaaki » Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:10 pm

"No, an alien." Lol

Sometimes it amazes me how many freakish things come out of our oceans. Somewhat unrelated, but yesterday I found out about lampreys which give me that same horrifying, alien-esque vibe

SO weird but so cool
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