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    In Pics: Locals baffled as mysterious creature washes ashore in Philippines

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    Manila, Feb 25: Locals around the Cagdaiano on Dinagat Island in Philippines have encountered a strange mass that was washed ashore following an earthquake on Sunday.

    The 'white-blob' some say maybe the carcass of a polar bear or another sea creature. However, experts believe that it is the decomposed body of a whale that has been washed ashore.

    Some even comapre it to a giant furry dog. Meanwhile, some even think that it may be a 'globster' an unidentified sea creature. Here are some images to browse while you take a guess:

    All images taken from Facebook post of Marjorie Cabatingan Aboy.

    Is it a dead whale or a blobster?

    Is it a dead whale or a blobster?

    A strange-looking white mass was washed ashore in Philippines.

    Could it be a dead whale?

    Could it be a dead whale?

    Experts , however, believe that the creature could actually be a rotten carcass of a whale that is decomposing.

    Locals baffled at the sight of the white blob

    Locals baffled at the sight of the white blob

    Locals have been thronging the site where the mysterious creature was washed to the shore.

    Scientists not convinced

    Scientists not convinced

    Scientists do not seem to be convinced with the argument that the white blob could be a mythical unidentified creature.

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