VIDEO: Wooly Sea Creature Washes Up In Russia

Is it what scientists charmingly refer to as a "globster" or the preserved remains of a Wooly Mammoth? Whatever it was it certainly gave beachgoers in Siberia a shock when they found it. The decaying body was found near Kamchatka, off the Bering Sea. Similar creatures have washed up on the shores of Indonesia and Chile over the last 20 years. Scientists speculate that those remains belonged to whales in the late stages of ocean decomposition know as "blobs" or "globsters" due to their appearance. But those creatures didn't have tails...  

 
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