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Unknown lifeform in a sewer




An unknown lifeform picked up by sewer snakecam in North Carolina.

   

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Comment icon #9 Posted by Kratology on 10 July, 2009, 6:31
ur joking..............right
Comment icon #10 Posted by Kratology on 10 July, 2009, 6:35
lol im sorry but you people around here are hilarious. does anyone here have a logical explanation for this video?!?! i dont know what to make of it, but its definitely not the inside of a human body or worms bunched together.
Comment icon #11 Posted by Katherineelvira on 10 July, 2009, 12:23
Im not joking. Thats what it is. The chest cavity is not filled with blood or another liquid as you would think, its pretty hallow. Theres also lots of room for a tiny camera to move around. I have seen video like this when I was in school. I know its a heart and an unhealth pair of lungs.
Comment icon #12 Posted by MirrorImage on 10 July, 2009, 16:34
The real mystery here is how many topics on these things do we need? I pretty sure there have been at least 4 in the last 2 weeks or so.
Comment icon #13 Posted by Legatus Legionis on 10 July, 2009, 23:56
thanks for the link.. still it's gross.
Comment icon #14 Posted by debunker09 on 11 July, 2009, 12:33
Where in your body would you find a stream of running water?? I'm not going to pretend I know exactly what this is, but it is most probably a co-operating group of tiny lifeforms rather a single large one. It could be some kind of worms or bacteria even.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Cadaver on 11 July, 2009, 17:33
I'm leaning towards the worm theory.
Comment icon #16 Posted by behaviour??? on 12 July, 2009, 8:08
Shouldnt be the title unclassified?ThanksB???
Comment icon #17 Posted by Bruce Lowery on 24 July, 2009, 12:21
I live in Raleigh, According to the Specialist, These are Tubifex Worm Colonies that form in the Pipes. Biologist Did Confirm and samples were taken.
Comment icon #18 Posted by conspiracybeliever on 24 July, 2009, 13:02
It makes sense doesn't it? Worms like that sort of thing? Sewage I mean? YUK!


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