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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments

Greetings Travellers!!! Have you ever stumbled upon the decomposing body of a creature looking like a horse sporting claws like a bear and the body of a pig? No? Well there is a chance that you may just stumble upon one eventually. Just hope that you find it dead because things could get ugly if that beast grabs a hold of your brain.

According to reports from the Western Telegraph a weird creature branded as the 'Beast of Tenby' was found off the coast of English Beach. The physical features of the creature was like nothing that was ever seen before. Scientists have yet to state what kind of creature it is. Some experts state the creature's five toes hinted that it might be a badger. Meanwhile, the Western Telegraph reached out to several animal experts, who suggested it could be either a badger or dog.

The creature was discovered by local resident Peter Bailey, 27, who came across the creature while taking a walk.

"I was taking my dog for her evening walk across the south beach when she started acting out of character by howling and running round in circles," Bailey told the Western Telegraph. "I ran up to her to see if she was ok and then I came across this hideous looking carcass. I could see it had little hair left on it's decomposing body. Immediately I thought it was a horse but it had claws like a bear and a body of a pig. Surprisingly it didn't smell."


The site posted a picture of the beast on Facebook, where it was shared hundreds of times and widely debated.

The mysterious creature reminds some of the Brooklyn Bridge "monster" discovered in July and the "Montauk Monster," which washed up on a Long Island beach in 2008. That creature appeared to have a beak, claws, and almond-shaped eyes like an alien, according to New York Magazine.

The fact that the creature wasn't smelling may hint to something weird but it could also be a normal phenomenon. It may have been an experiment gone wrong. Gene splicing and genetic engineering or it may even be an alien......hmmmmmmmm. What could it be?

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