Some Sea Monsters You Need To Know About

Who knows what kinds of creatures lurk in the murky depths of the sea? After all, we supposedly only know a very small percentage of the world’s species. 86% of all known life in the world, especially in the ocean, remains unknown to us. Whether they’re simply a new, unknown species or a mythical monster, no one has been able to explain these strange sea monsters that have been washing ashore all over the world.

The Russian Mystery Monster



This beast washed ashore last year in Russia. While this may be a perfectly normal animal, we’re not so sure. It’s twice the size of a human being and has what looks like fur on its tail. People are debating on whether this is a whale, a squid, or, well- Who the heck knows? No one’s been able to figure it out.

The Montauk Monster


Was it a raccoon? A dog with mange? Or was it a genetic experiment from Montauk Air Force? The internet went wild over this mysterious small animal, which washed ashore on a beach in New York. No one’s ever really been able to confirm what it is and to this day, no one knows what happened to the creature’s body.

The New Zealand Beast


When this beast first washed ashore, people first assumed that it was the bloated, decaying carcass of an orca whale. But DNA testing hasn’t confirmed a link. The beast was over 9 meters (that’s almost 30 feet!) long and featured lots and lots of teeth. Definitely a pretty scary looking monster. Whatever it is, you probably don’t want to be swimming with that.

They Call Him Trunko

Trunko article p2, Wide World Mag, Aug 1925SOURCE

This infamous beast has never been positively identified by anyone, even to this day. In fact, it’s hard to believe this thing is even real. The mysterious beast was discovered off the coast of South Africa and was described as being engaged in battle with two orca whales before it washed up on shore. The creature was described as having a nose like a trunk (hence the nickname “Trunko”) and, most interestingly, a tail like a scorpion’s.

Naden Harbor Carcass (Cadborosaurus)


In 1937, a mysterious creature was discovered in the stomach of a dead sperm whale off the coast of Naden Harbor. The animal was believed by locals to be a mythical sea serpent, which cryptozoologists have dubbed a “cadborosaurus”. While it was identified as a fetal baleen whale, that hasn’t stopped conspiracy theorists from thinking something strange is afoot.

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