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Weird creature filmed by Thai fishermen

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the13bats

now that is a great video, i dont know what the devil it is, hoax? i lean that way when we have zero infomation like when, where or who filmed it, so its not of scientific merit but still very cool,

 

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esoteric_toad

Maybe a weird seed pod? Doesn't look like it is moving on its own.

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Aardvark-DK

Sea turtle ?!?

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openozy

I was thinking maybe a large leaf,off a rubber plant or similar.

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openozy

Also could be some type of fishing lure.

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psyche101
43 minutes ago, esoteric_toad said:

Maybe a weird seed pod? Doesn't look like it is moving on its own.

I thought so too. It doesn't seem to do anything but float. 

If it is a creature, my guess would be some type of Sea Hare. 

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Ultimatium

It doesnt look like a real animal, more like some object floating in the lake.

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the13bats

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3 minutes ago, Ultimatium said:

It doesnt look like a real animal, more like some object floating in the lake.

yeah, does seems to have a non living prop feel, the body looks like a leaf but in that close up its head looks like a seal or is that just pareidolia?

 

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psyche101
9 minutes ago, the13bats said:

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yeah, does seems to have a non living prop feel, the body looks like a leaf but in that close up its head looks like a seal or is that just pareidolia?

 

Most probably. 

But I saw it too. I think it's just shading though. It doesn't blink or open any aperture. 

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the13bats
2 minutes ago, psyche101 said:

Most probably. 

But I saw it too. I think it's just shading though. It doesn't blink or open any aperture. 

oh i meant fake seal not living real seal, at the risk of sounding pompous if this is all it takes to go viral with a lake monster hoax video i might just build something here real soon lake eustis is huge...hum.

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flabbins

It's obvious when you take a look at the creature close up...

Its a Pokemon.

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Robotic Jew
1 hour ago, openozy said:

I was thinking maybe a large leaf,off a rubber plant or similar.

That was my first thought too. 

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freetoroam

Jeeze! That is so fake. No ripples around the faked ripples and when it goes under water there is no movement in water. 

Absolute fake. Take it from someone who knows their ripples. 

THIS IS A FAKE. 

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ExoPaul

Looks like a Leatherback Sea Turtle with its arms stretched back to propel it along, the head is similar shape and dimensions, and it is reaching up to take air before going back under. 
They are also native to that particular area so would be expected to be seen. 

Either it is looking different due to the effects of looking through water distorting what it's body looks like, or it could be a sick/disabled one that has not fully developed in the way it should have and hence looking a little weird. It might also be fairly young still, because baby Leatherbacks usually start off hand sized, but will grow to adult size of around 1.8-2.2 meters in length. The one in the video looks shorter than that size and as such could be juvenile still, or possibly that way because of sickness. 



 

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GiganticManchild

It looks like a big leaf or the dismembered/roughed up tail-peice of an unfortunate sea creature imo.

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Matt221

From country that eats dead bird embryos still in the Shell and live tadpoles it could be a mutilated turtle thats keeping nice fresh and livley the're gonna serve up as a weird dish when they get home....on the other hand it looks like a large floaty leaf.

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moonman
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Looks like part of a plant. It doesn't move on it's own.

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Scholar4Truth

I would say Sea Turtle but the head looks a little off and oddly shaped.

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Peterk505

Obviously a Loch Ness Monster!  :-)

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Desertrat56
9 hours ago, the13bats said:

now that is a great video, i dont know what the devil it is, hoax? i lean that way when we have zero infomation like when, where or who filmed it, so its not of scientific merit but still very cool,

 

Maybe a little dog that likes to swim wearing a costume?

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onlookerofmayhem

Looks like CGI to me.

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Mantis914

This reminds me of the Three Stooges when they were trying to figure out what was on a dish to eat (crab)... "What is it???"  "It's a spider!"  "A turtle!"  :D

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Not Your Huckleberry

Well, I'd have to agree, that's some weird looking ****. 

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NCC1701

Looks like a banana plant, or some kind of cut off palm fruit.

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