With a beak and a perfectly even hole in the skull. In the UK found dead “alien” (photo)
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A local resident claims that this something came out of the water and does not belong to any terrestrial mind. Scientists — doubt.
An unusual find was discovered by 41-year-old local resident Ben Landricombe on the beach in Thurlstone Beach, Devon (UK). He was just out for a walk with his dog Smokey when he discovered something strange in the grass, writes the Daily Star.
Ben notes that his house is only 20 minutes from Thurlstone Beach, in south Devon, and therefore, they often come here with their pet for a walk – to breathe fresh air, swim and just play ball. So it was this time.
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Near the beach there is an area with tall grass, where the ball rolled away during the game – the dog ran after it and disappeared for a long time. Landricombe went to look for his pet and stumbled upon something unexpected – it turned out that Smokey found the remains, which, as Ben assumes, belong to none other than an alien. The man suggests that this creature emerged from the water and lay on the shore for some time.
The Briton notes that despite the size of the body and the degree of its decomposition, he did not feel any unpleasant odor. In addition, he discovered that the creature was very impressive in size, had a beak, and what was supposed to be its skull, one could see a perfectly even hole. The man notes that this creature does not at all look like any terrestrial animal, and therefore suggests that he was “lucky” to find traces of extraterrestrial life.
However, the researchers are more skeptical, although they cannot name what this creature could be an animal, even presumably. So, according to the American geophysicist Rosie Moore, it is extremely difficult to understand from just one photo what kind of creature it depicts.
At the same time, a teacher of marine biology, Dr. Benjamin Ciotti from the local Plymouth University, suggested that Ben found some kind of “big dead bird” on the shore “.
Senior lecturer in marine biology at the University of Exeter, Dr Chris Laing, also could not guess what kind of creature it was, but noted that if it “was washed ashore”, then the locals should immediately Be sure to report this to your local shoreline network.