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Kipperphoenix

The Florida muck monster

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Kipperphoenix
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A mysterious ripple in the waters near West Palm Beach has a name — the Muck Monster — and has been fodder for David Letterman.

Trouble is, no one has actually seen the Muck Monster.It first appeared on YouTube this summer in a video posted by Lagoonkeepers.org, a group that removes debris in the water.

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I apologize if this has been here before.

The only thing I could say it might be is an alligator or a big fish. I might be wrong.

What do you think it is? :hmm:

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Kar-zid

I apologize if this has been here before.

The only thing I could say it might be is an alligator or a big fish. I might be wrong.

What do you think it is? :hmm:

An alligator or big fish are both extremely good guesses. That was one big wake in the water though so it'd have to be a very big fish. Unfortunately we'll just have to wait until more footage or any reports come out about it to know exactly what it is.

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Ashyne

catfish can grow to very big sizes.

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BeastieRunner

It's Swamp Thing!

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sinewave

Florida's coastal waters are teaming with candidates. Alligators and fish are certainly possibilities as are dolphins and manatee.

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~TheBigK~

I'd say there's gonna need to be a better video than that to suggest that it's something other than an alligator or large fish.

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JonathanVonErich

very interesting....

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lotsocats100

It could even be a scooba diver. It could be anything. :sleepy:

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TALM

That title jumped out at me. I misread it. Insert Beavis and butthead laugh here ( )

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S2F

Crossing currents can create wakes just like the one in the vid and IMO that is what it was. There may not have been a living entity responsible, just the natural oddities of intersecting currents. :tu:

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little_dreamer

It could have been a school of fish, as well.

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Leah G.

Algae, it's alive, it moves with the water about the same as a paper towel would if laid upon the water.

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GypsyWolf

I have to vote catfish on this one-- I have seen some freaking giant ones when I lived in the south.

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Samuronin

It could be anything........but not a sea monster..

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JonathanVonErich

it's a large fish, i'm sure....still a very interesting story....

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FurthurBB

I apologize if this has been here before.

The only thing I could say it might be is an alligator or a big fish. I might be wrong.

What do you think it is? :hmm:

I mean, it is freaken Florida. It could be anything.

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Dimly

I mean, it is freaken Florida. It could be anything.

Anything but a muck monster.

It could even be NOTHING

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JonathanVonErich

the video is still very interesting...but like Dimly just said, maybe it's nothing...

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catutie

cause water makes its own ripples and wakes...no somthing swimming close to the surface, catfish, it didnt look that far from the shore so i dont think dolphin would be to big :lol: and manatee....no. i vote decent sized fish near the surface

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Cascade

Yeah. I've seen a wake just like that before. It was a fish.

Mystery solved.

Really now. A mysterious wake, and people scream monster over it. Bring me something interesting; like that footage on MonsterQuest of that trident-tailed sea beastie. Then we'll talk.

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OrangeClocks

wha the muck :unsure2:

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analog_warrior

How the hell does "Some weird ripple" turn into "Muck monster"?

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sinewave

How the hell does "Some weird ripple" turn into "Muck monster"?

That is an astute a question as has ever been asked. The unfortunate answer is "because it does".

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catutie

How the hell does "Some weird ripple" turn into "Muck monster"?

because people have crazy imaginations that ripples becomes this

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SniperGurl

Hmm interesting.. it never ceases to amaze me just how great some people's imaginations are! :rolleyes:

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