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Q: What are the giant sea monsters beached on the shores of Guangdong?

In June there was this picture of a huge squid-like thing dead on the beaches of Guangdong, now this 17 metre, 4.5 ton...thing? Has the water pollution mutated the few remaining creatures still alive in China's waters?

http://www.echinacities.com/aroundtown/china-in-pulse/giant-sea-monster-...

10 years 44 weeks ago in  General  - Shenzhen

 
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Giant/Colossal squid are often found in that entire region. That or part of a dead whale. Sorry to be a Mr. BuzzKillington.

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It's a whale.

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Mmmm, imagine grilling one of those...you could have a BBQ to feed about 100 people. Sorry, just a random thought because I'm starving...

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmm blubber Love Love

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