THEY ALREADY ARE TWO IN TWO MONTHS
SPAIN. OCTOBER, 5 - 2013. At city of El Campello, mediterranean coast of Spain, in the reentrances of the rock walls of the L'Amerador beach a weird - and supposedly - unknown, marine creature was found by a fisher named Miguel.
On that Saturday night, Miguel was walking at night with your dog. Was the animal called attention to the carcass. Michael, experienced sea's man, said...
I've never seen anything like it in my life and described it: ... It had no scales or fur. It was completely white, huge, around 6 feet long had and had something similar to horns. It seemed that he had just died.
It is curious because, in the same coast Spanish, there around two months (in August) a very similar creature was found in Almeria - Andalucia and, as far as is known through the media, despite the speculations at the time, even today (oct/09/2013 ) the "sea dragon of Andalusia" - has not still been identified.
by Chris Gotshalk. California, 2002.
However, there some clues allow to some experts' (not identified in reportages) suppose that the remains can be the skeletal can belong to a basking shark or Cetorhinus maximus, species classified as vulnerable, in risk. These sharks, really, can reach 10 meter wingspan and, in their migrations, they cross long distances.
Specifically, the animal found of the beach l'Amerador of El Campello, is being examined by the Institut d'Ecologia Litoral - Spain.
The basking shark is an usual specie at Mediterranean sea,. The basking shark is the second largest fish in the world. Can reach up to 10 meters long and four tons of weight.
Despite the size, this is an ecological shark, politically correct and very calm, he moves slowly in his water world. It feeds - simply - filtering the nutrients present in the water through its immense gills.
OK. BUT... WHAT IS KILLING THESE SHARKS?
SOURCE: RICO, Jose Antonio. El extraño monstruo marino en El Campello.
DIARIO INFORMACION/SPAIN, 09/10/2013