Photos of Ten Creatures That Shocked The World

Photos
of Ten Creatures That Shocked The World

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The
past few years has seen a menagerie of strange beasts that would be worthy of
the Island of Dr. Moreau, the 1896 science fiction novel written by H. G.
Wells, that spawned a number of Hollywood feature films. The text of the novel
is the narration of Edward Prendrick, a shipwrecked man rescued by a passing
boat who is left on the island home of Doctor Moreau, who creates human-like
beings from animals via vivisection. The novel deals with a number of
philosophical themes, including pain and cruelty, moral responsibility, human
identity, and human interference with nature. The following ten creatures may
speak to a troubling state of pollution that is causing the birth of mutated
creatures and the current state of morality that allows such pollution.

Pig
Man of Gautemala

In
2012, residents of the Guatemalan village decided that a pig's odd human-shaped
head was the work of extraterrestrials, after strange bright lights were
spotted hovering in the sky on the night of its birth. The poor pig, which was
one of a litter of 11, as described as looking like a cross between a human and
something from science fiction movies.





Farmer
Laureano Escobar Arias said: 'I was shocked - it was a really terrifying
experience.

'It
looked like some kind of alien creature.'

However,
local health officials have suggested that there are more earthly reasons for
the pig's appearance.





'We
don't know for certain but it could have been caused by a genetic problem or by
environmental pollution,' one commented.

Monkey
Pig From China

In
2012 the birth of a strange pig in China caused a sensation. The strange beast
was rumored to be a cross between a frisky monkey and a sow.

















Half
human half sheep

On
Monday, January 22, 2012, doctors and staff of Fakon Idi Veterinary Clinic, in
Sokoto metropolis were hit with amazement when a sheep was delivered of a
monster-like creature.

The
news of a “half sheep, half human” creature born to an adult sheep in the town
of Sokoto, Nigeria quickly spread across the world. The locals claimed
witchcraft,

Dr.
Dahiru Sani who was one of the surgeons that carried out the operation on the
controversial sheep said infections such as German measles, excess drugs and
radiation could cause such abnormalities in animal pregnancy.









Half-human
half-goat

According
to the Daily
Post in Nigeria, in
September, 2012 a general hospital located in Jahun, Jigawa state became a
theater of absurd and bizarre when a woman who had labored for 9 months gave
birth to what looks like a combination of human head and goat legs. The woman
whose identity is yet to be revealed had delivered peacefully only to have had
a child with human head with no neck, and goat legs handed to her by the
doctor.





Half-man,
half-goat discovered in Zimbabwe

The
Daily Telegraph
on September 28, 2009 reported a goat, which died just a few hours after birth
in Lower Gweru, Zimbabwe, had a huge head and face which resembled a human as
well as goat legs and a tail. The Zimbabwe
Guardian
reported that Midlands Governor and Resident Minister Jason Machaya maintained
the creature was the result of a coupling between man and goat.

"This
incident is very shocking. It is my first time to see such an evil thing. It is
really embarrassing," Machaya said. "The head belongs to a man while
the body is that of a goat. This is evident that an adult human being was
responsible. Evil powers caused this person to lose self control





Montauk
Monster

The
"Montauk Monster" was found in the area of Montauk , Long Island, a
coastal New York, town in 2008. It had a hairless body like a doga dog but a
beak and teeth that were very strange.

Some
say the "Montauk Monster" was raccoon carcass that washed ashore
dead. The identity of the creature, and the veracity of stories surrounding it,
has been the subject of controversy and speculation. It is unknown what
happened to the carcass.





William
Wise, director of Stony Brook University's Living Marine Resources Institute,
interpreted the photo along with a colleague; they deemed the creature a fake,
most likely the result of "someone who got very creative with latex",
although his "next-best guess" was that the creature could be a diseased
dog or coyote which had "been in the sea for a while". Wise
discounted the following general possibilities:

Raccoon
- the legs appear to be too long in proportion to the body.

Sea
turtle - sea turtles do not have teeth, and the body cannot be removed from the
shell without doing damage to muscle and skin tissue and the spine.

Rodent
- rodents have two huge, curved incisor teeth in front of their mouths.

Dog
or other canine such as a coyote - the prominent eye ridge does not match the
creature's feet.

Sheep
or other ovine - sheep have two-toed hooves, not multi-toed paws.





Plum
island is an animal disease center just outside Long island wich is one of the
most dangerous bio-labs in the U.S. They are performing studies and tests on
bio-warfare and exotic diseases of animals . Some maintain the creature was an
experiement from that lab.





Monster
face otter

A
bizarre creature with a long hairy body with bald skin on its head, feet and
face showed up in a small Canadian town, according to media reports. It was
discovered by two nurses in the town of Kitchenuhmaykoosib in Ontario, Canada,
while they were out on a walk with their dog.

The
two took some photographs of the dead animal pulled out by their dog from a
lake, then they left it alone. When locals went back to retrieve the body, it
was gone.





It
has dark brown fur, head , face, smooth legs , no feathers . The face was like
a boar with the nose of a big dog.

East
River Monster Mystery

Photographer
Denise Ginley shot pics of the rotting, sand-covered corpse on Sunday while
strolling with her boyfriend along the Manhattan side of the East River in July
2012.





Credit:
Denise Ginley





Credit:
Denise Ginley

"The
Parks Dept. was probably very quick to identify it as a pig and dispose of it,
but it is most certainly NOT a pig,” Denise Ginley stressed to the Daily News.
“The most obvious sign being the lack of a cloven hoof, instead this creature has
five digits all close together."





Russian
Trench Creature.

In
2009 these weird creatures were found in an abandoned foundation pit in the
Russian city of Chelyabinsk. Some maintain they were horseshoe crabs.





The
creature had more than 20 little legs.









Chupacabra
monster of Chhina

Chupacabra
is Spanish for a creature that attacked goats and sucked their blood. Rumors of
the mysterious monster myth originated in Puerto Rico but soon spread to North
and South America, .In March of March of 2010 , in the area of the city of
Suining in Sichuan province, southeast China, an animal very similar to the
description of the Chupacabra was captured.





The
animal attacked chickens in the area, according to Suying Ke, the chickens'
owner . He saw the animal bite to eat meat from a shredded cicked. . He tried
to chase the strange beast with a stick but hado success . Finally thanks to
the help of neighbors, they were locked up in cage the beast .

The
beast looks like mixed between mice , kangaroo and a dog with huge claws . It
is about 60 cm long with a 30 cm long tail When villagers fed vegetables and
meat to it it would chew the food voraciously People said that it was extremely
aggressive.

Man
Bear Pig



The man bear pig was a spoof of former Vice President Al Gore, global warming
and cryptic creatures.

Woman gives birth to
half-human half-goat in Jigawa State - PHOTO

A general hospital located in
Jahun, Jigawa state became a theatre of absurd and bizarre when a woman who had
labored for 9 months gave birth to what looks like a combination of human head
and goat legs. The woman whose identity is yet to be revealed had delivered
peacefully only to have had a child with human head with no neck, and goat legs
handed to her by the doctor.

The
question on the lips of many people as the time of this report was what would
have led to such an incredible child’s birth.

Our correspondent on getting information about the incident
rushed to the general hospital to speak with the doctors, but none of them was
ready to speak to them. Their refusal will definitely be connected to medical
ethics of confidentiality.

We shall update you as we get more information on this story.







Dead East River ‘monster’ confounds
New Yorkers, animal experts

A gnarly, dead carcass snapped by photographer Denise
Ginley has the Parks Department claiming it's just a pig, while naysayers are
crying 'foul.'


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Denise Ginley

Photographer shot pics of the rotting, sand-covered corpse on Sunday while
strolling with her boyfriend along the Manhattan side of the East River.

What
the hell IS that thing?

A
bloated, pig-like carcass spotted beneath the Brooklyn Bridge over the weekend
has spooked New Yorkers buzzing about mutant river “monsters.”

Photographer
Denise Ginley shot pics of the rotting, sand-covered corpse on Sunday. “My
boyfriend and I were walking along the East River on our way to a farmer's
market when we spotted it among some driftwood on a small stretch of sand below
the Brooklyn Bridge that you can barely call a beach,” she emailed.

Photographer
says, "We were horrified by it and we took some camera phone pictures and
then finally we decided to come back with my camera and I got up the courage to
climb over the fence and get closer to it."

"We
were horrified by it and we took some camera phone pictures and then finally we
decided to come back with my camera and I got up the courage to climb over the
fence and get closer to it," she www.animalnewyork.com/2012/strange-creature-spotted-near-the the blog
ANIMAL New York.





In
the post, titled “We’re Supposed to Believe the New East River Monster Is Just
a Pig?” Daily Intel writer Joe Coscarelli tagged the rotting hulk photographed,
"Wilbur."

Ginley
sent the photos to Gothamist, which gothamist.com/2012/07/23/east_river_2.php them on Monday and sparked furious
speculation -- and a few conspiracy theories -- on local blogs and social
media.

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By: Awesome Stuff (16.50)

Tags: genetic engineering, plum island, New York, strange new animals

Location: New York, United States

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