Mysterious sea creature has put the users of the network to a standstill


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A resident of the Australian city of Hervey Bay, Queensland found on Urangan beach mysterious sea creature. As reported by Yahoo News Australia, the set of users of a social network to a standstill.

The woman found put on shore a strange mass on Friday, July 3. She published photos of a creature in a local Facebook group and asked its members to put forward their versions of explaining what it is. She suggested that this fish stone, also known as borodavchenko.

Social network users quickly debunked her suggestion. Some of them pointed out that borodavchenko much more similar to stone than a brownish lump with a smooth surface, which she found. “It’s not a fish-stone. In my opinion, more like a soft coral,” wrote one user. “It’s not exactly fish-stone, but it looks ugly,” — said the other.

Someone suggested that the woman found the amber liquid from the intestines of sperm whales that is used in the production of perfumes. “If it is amber, then it is worth a lot of money. But, in my opinion, this thing is harder than it seems,” said one user.

It was also felt that the excrement sharks, part of the body of a whale or a whale placenta. Members of the group complained that such a picture is enough to discourage any desire to swim in the ocean.

Professor sandy Degnan (Sandie Degnan) from the School of biological Sciences the University of Queensland believes that the creature most likely is obolonya. “Obolochek is a type, which is a colony consisting of hundreds of tiny ascidians. Ascidians belong to the phylum of chordates — the group of animals that people. Of all the animals referred to as invertebrates, ascidians are our closest relatives!”, explained Degnan.

Earlier it was reported that the body of a creature in form and color like the brain, carried to the shores of the United States. After long discussions, users have come to the conclusion that the origin of the creatures is much less exotic than they expected at first — it belongs to a class of tunicates.

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