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Mystery 'sea serpent' filmed in Tynemouth

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seanjo

Around the minute mark is clearly photoshopped, so I'm guessing the rest is.

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Timothy
6 hours ago, Gwaffo said:

Eel :mellow:

:su

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Torviking

Hmmmmm.

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Astra.
12 hours ago, Gwaffo said:

Eel :mellow:

Yep..

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Brok
12 hours ago, Gwaffo said:

Eel :mellow:

Do eels swim on the water surface like that?

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Black Monk
15 hours ago, seanjo said:

Around the minute mark is clearly photoshopped, so I'm guessing the rest is.

 

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freetoroam

Conger eel.

 

 

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seanjo
15 hours ago, Gwaffo said:

Eel :mellow:

I'd go with Eel when you look at the Seagulls and compare sizes.

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seanjo
1 hour ago, Black Monk said:

 

Well mebe not all of it, but that minute mark bit looks very fake.

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seanjo
2 hours ago, Brok said:

Do eels swim on the water surface like that?

It looks shallow there, I believe it is the North side of the Tyne's mouth under or near the Priory ruins.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tynemouth_Castle_and_Priory

 

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Mr.United_Nations

Eel case closed, see you later

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Black Monk
17 minutes ago, Mr.United_Nations said:

Eel case closed, see you later

What's an eel case?

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Robotic Jew
26 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

What's an eel case?

it's where you store your Eels when they're not being used....duh!

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem
35 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

What's an eel case?

I think its a bit like a bum bag but goes right around your waist and back to store long eels, the fatter you are the bigger the eel you can store? 

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Stiff
3 hours ago, Black Monk said:

What's an eel case?

Here's one... :D

 

eel_tony_fernandes_case_mate_iphone_4_ca

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TripGun

Oarfish

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Calibeliever

I'm going with orafish as well. Debris doesn't usually lift its head and turn it sideways. 

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Seti42

Looks like debris to me. Not alive, for sure. Maybe a piece of plastic sheeting?

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John Allanson
5 hours ago, TripGun said:

Oarfish

Oarweed... Thanks you got it!

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qxcontinuum

Clearly an animal since the sea is calm and there are no waves who could cover and uncover the object. However if I look in parallel with the shores I do not see the object to be moving at all

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John Allanson

It's Oarweed flapping about at the turn of the tide. Clearly ALIVE cos it's oarweed.

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oldrover
6 hours ago, John Allanson said:

It's Oarweed flapping about at the turn of the tide. Clearly ALIVE cos it's oarweed.

Very good. 

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TripGun
19 hours ago, John Allanson said:

Oarweed... Thanks you got it!

Did I win? 

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