Mysterious Papua New Guinea Mermaid Globster Washes Ashore

A mysterious Papua New Guinea mermaid globster washed ashore on Simberi Island in September, leaving experts baffled. The ghostly white lump of flesh was shaped like a mermaid, and locals quickly buried it before scientists could get a DNA sample.

Based on the few images that were taken of the creature, experts believe it was likely a marine mammal, but they can’t say for sure what kind. Some experts think it might have been a dugong, or sea cow, while others think it could have been a small whale or even a large shark.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the creature is its mermaid-like appearance. This is likely due to the fact that it was severely decomposed, and many of its body parts were missing. However, it’s also possible that the creature was actually a relative of the dugong, a marine mammal that has inspired stories of mermaids for centuries.

Whatever it was, the mysterious Papua New Guinea mermaid globster is a reminder of the many strange and wonderful creatures that inhabit the world’s oceans. It’s also a reminder that there’s still so much we don’t know about the marine environment.




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