April 13, 2022 08:35 GMT+7
Strange alien-like creature with a lower lip like a human washed up on Bondi beach, Australia
Locals were confused when they discovered a strange-shaped creature washed up on Bondi beach, Sydney, Australia.
|Strange creature with lower part resembling human lips appeared in Australia|
Drew Lambered, a jogger in the ocean, came across the alien-looking creature while walking. He said the appearance of this creature is difficult to explain, with lips quite like a human, skin like a shark, a pointed bottom like a tail and about half a meter long.
Locals speculated that it was a shark but it is unclear what type it was. Drew Lambert posted a photo and video of the animal on a local Bondi Facebook group in hopes of finding answers.
Most Facebook users assumed the animal was a stingray, the tail was rolled up after death and the internal organs swelled. Australian stingrays and they generate electricity when something touches them.
Drew Lambered said: “I have lived in Bondi for 20 years but have never seen an animal with such a strange appearance. I saw gray skin like a shark, but no dorsal fin, no head, mouth in the mouth. underside so I’m really confused”.
Drew Lambered sent the images to experts to determine which species it was. Laetitia Hannan, a supervisor at the Sea life Sydney Aquarium, confirmed it was a stingray, whose bloated appearance was the result of decomposition that filled the body with gas.
According to Laetitia Hannan, Australian rays are known to be gluttons, often being told that their ‘eyes are bigger than their bellies’ so the alien-like creature ate something much larger than its size. self. It was this that contributed to the increase in the size of the animal.
The stingray is a species endemic to Australia, which can produce an electric shock as strong as 200 volts to strike any enemy. Stingrays usually live in shallow water more than 80 meters. Nocturnal animals bury themselves in the sand and muddy bottoms of shallow bays and estuaries. However, the ancient Greeks and Romans used the rays of the stingray as a medicine to treat headaches and gout.
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