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#77 - lainil
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(08/24/2013) [-]
That's an alligator... or maybe a crocodile? Anyways, you can tell by the tail, also by the length of the tail compared to the rest of the body.
#72 - yourmomisaslut
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(08/24/2013) [-]
Every time I hear a story like this, it reminds of Lost World,


the book not the movie
#70 - anon
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(08/24/2013) [-]
looks like a fish. Fish swim in water.
#68 - ezTarget
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(08/24/2013) [-]
scratch that they figured out it was a shark skeleton
#58 - insertclevernames
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(08/24/2013) [-]
in all honesty its probably some deep deep sea creature that died and floated up to the surface. the ocean is scary as ****.
#55 - lordraine
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(08/24/2013) [-]
Whale spine.
#52 - zpryed
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(08/24/2013) [-]
like i said before **** bringing dinosaurs back and lets get some dragon
#50 - swordflight
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(08/24/2013) [-]
Oar fish are the longest fish in the world, most likely that. Link cause I can't post pics, newfag here
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#46 - dragontamers
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(08/24/2013) [-]
I can finally fulfill my dream!
I can finally fulfill my dream!
#40 - FormerAnonAssassin
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(08/24/2013) [-]
******* MORBID, ASSHOLE.
#37 - anon
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(08/24/2013) [-]
The experts say it was a shark
#34 - anon
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(08/24/2013) [-]
if this is true better start looking for the dragon balls
#32 - smellyboner
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(08/24/2013) [-]
turned out to be some sort of shark
#31 - nightlove
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(08/24/2013) [-]
It's been confirmed as a shark...
#16 - fornowjr
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(08/23/2013) [-]
It's most likely a shark. I read an article today saying that it might be a shark. Thrasher they said.
#13 - fantomen
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(08/23/2013) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_oarfish

I'll just leave this here.
#14 to #13 - davvedavve
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(08/23/2013) [-]
This man speals the truth
#5 - anon
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(08/23/2013) [-]
Haku?
#2 - anon
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(08/23/2013) [-]
oar fish. I'm calling it right now.