Recently, people near the coast of Hartland Quay, County Devon, southwest England were stirred by a giant animal as big as a double-decker bus suddenly appeared.
Close-up of a giant fish.
Giant creature with a body as long as a double-decker bus, a long mouth and sharp teeth. It died and was brought ashore by the tide and stuck in the rocks.
Pictures taken by local police show the animal’s incredible size, its huge body sprawled across large rocks.
Locals believe that the monster had been dead for a long time, then the body had decomposed before being washed ashore by the waves. It may have died from illness, but it could also have been due to collisions with boats, entanglement in fishermen’s nets or even environmental pollution.
An adult baleen whale can grow up to 27m long and weigh 120 tons. (photo: unilad)
According to Mirror, this animal was in fact identified as a giant jawed baleen whale. An adult baleen whale can grow up to 27m long and weigh 120 tons.
While people were curious to come close to take a look, the police warned people not to go near the whale carcass because it could be harmful to health.
Police have warned people not to go near the whale’s carcass as it could be harmful to health. (photo: unilad)
Stephen Marsh, a representative of the British rescue force, said they are waiting for the high tide to wash the whale carcass into the sea so that it decomposes in a natural way, otherwise they will have to move the fish carcass elsewhere. to avoid polluting the environment.