Gone Fishin'
Came Back Screamin'

Sea Monster Horrifies Cayman Islanders

from Sploid

Yet another strange beast has risen from the deep sea.

A monstrous "fish" with the tail of a serpent washed up from the warm Caribbean waters to the shore of Cayman Brac.

The creature is more than 30 inches long with "pale pink scales, pectoral fins, a dorsal fin and a small feathery fin on its belly," according to Cayman Net News.

Worse, it has a huge mouth filled with scores of tiny needle-like teeth.

"It has boney bristles all along its spine, right down to the tip of its tail," the The Bracker and Little Caymanian newspapers reported.

The sea monster has been delivered to the Cayman Islands' Department of Environment, where scientists will attempt to discover the origin of the unknown beast.

2005 was a big year in Sea Serpent news.

There were four reported sightings of Nessie, the monster living in Scotland's Loch Ness.

And a mythological sea monster, the giant squid, was finally proven to be a true living animal of the oceans in September, when Japanese scientists revealed amazing photographs and video footage of a 26-foot-long giant squid attacking prey 3,000 feet below the sea surface.


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