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Dead Dragon Washes Ashore In Spain

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A decomposing body of an unknown creature washed ashore onto a Spain beach recently. Local authorities are baffled as to what the horned sea beast could be. Some people are speculating that the body is the remains of a dead dragon NBC News reported today.

The remains were first spotted on August 15 in the Andalusian village of Villaricos by someone walking along the beach. Spain’s local Civil Defense were called in to examine the 13-foot sea creature.

“We have no idea what it could be but it smells bad,” Civil Defense representative María Sánchez said to a local news reporter.

Everyone is wondering what it is. Some people think it could be the remains of a sea monster or a dragon. There are a few theories as to what the creature could be. A few marine biologists believe that the remains belong to an unknown species of fish or shark. As of right now no one knows for sure.

The Association in Defense of Marine Fauna has buried the creature for health reasons last Thursday but has taken samples of the body for further study.

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    • POC2014

      Dragon’s have wings where are the wings?

      • xxJTxx

        this was a really cute comment. made me laugh nice and early thanks.

      • John Albrecht

        Maybe it’s a sea dragon.

        • POC2014

          John Albrecht

          Could it be Leviathan from the Bible?

      • Anonymous

        Only Japanese dragons have wings. The rest have toe fungus…

    • countdown to zero time

      i wonder if that tastes good with a bag of chips

      • UnstoppableTruth69

        NOT A DRAGON. Oarfish is a FAR more reasonable explanation

    • Joerg Klaemt

      Why is this the third time for this stupid Article to appear on this Bin.
      Doesn’t the Poster ever read the bins?

      • The Red Pill

        You must be new here.

        • Joerg Klaemt

          The Red Pill
          How so?, been taking too many of your red Pills.
          Newbies would NOT be aware of the triple Postings….. Dahhhh……

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