Massive Strange ‘Fish’ Discovered At Eleko Beach In Lagos (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Massive Strange ‘Fish’ Discovered At Eleko Beach In Lagos (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

By Eseme MacDonald | Associate Editor on December 15, 2014
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A very large strange creature believed to be a fish was spotted by residents washed ashore the Eleko beach located in Lagos State, Naij reports.

The specie of the fish is yet to be deciphered although efforts are still in progress to know what the large and white animal with ridges that appear brownish really is.

Having being washed up in the beach, the creature seemed lifeless as residents of the area immediately pounced upon it and chopped it with machetes as they hilariously said that all kinds of meat are encapsulated in the massive creature.

According to the source, some residents who were too scared to behold the creature a second time had fled the scene.

See photos of the creature below:

The strange fish on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
The strange fish on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Crowd at the scene where the strange fish was seen on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Crowd at the scene where the strange fish was seen on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Residents chopping the strange creature on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Residents chopping the strange creature on the shore of Eleko beach. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Part of the strange creature chopped off by the residents on at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Part of the strange creature chopped off by the residents on at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Part of the strange creature chopped off by the residents on at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
Part of the strange creature chopped off by the residents on at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
The strange creature found at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)
The strange creature found at Eleko beach, Lagos state. (Photo Credit: Naij.com)

 

1 COMMENT

  1. Is there no sence of knowledge in this country any more. Wwe are supposed to either have marine life specialists at either he universities in Lagos or the oceanografic institute in the same Lagos or find out on the Internet the fish species that was washed ashore. Our primitive instint took the better part os us by butchering the fish for meat. Have we found out the cause of death of the fish?
    Elsewhere the fish will be turned over to specialists to identify the fish and not babtize it as ‘strange ‘. In this era there are no more strange things

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