Tracts of land and trees have been swallowed by a gigantic and spreading sinkhole in the US and an unidentifiable horned sea monster has washed up on the beach in Spain. And these two things happened in just the past week.
The frequency of strange marine incidents is increasing and it’s becoming more obvious to everyone that the balance between land and sea needs to be restored. My fear is Plymouth will be swallowed by the sea if we can’t find the pearl.
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) August 22, 2013
And these are the images coming through from Spain of the horned sea devil/monster/dragon. No one can seem to agree on what to call it and a spokesperson from the Marine Biological Association said: “No one knows of anything with horns in the sea.”
Unidentified 13ft-long sea monster with horns washes up on beach in Spain; Marine biologists have no idea what it is pic.twitter.com/HJamhDNUvj
— Life Pro News (@BestProNews) August 22, 2013
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— TheIndyWorld (@IndyWorld) August 23, 2013