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A giant, hairy blob has washed up on a beach in the Philippines, baffling locals and prompting a worldwide race to identify it. The mysterious beast beached after a deadly earthquake struck the region on Sunday, causing a number of strange creatures to come ashore. It went viral after Marjorie Cabatingan Aboy posted a string of striking photos of the creature on Facebook which have since clocked more 100,000 shares. Some suggested it looked like a huge Shitzu, or even an Appa, a fiction character from the animated TV show Avatar: The Last Airbender. But local scientists said the beast is a 20 foot long whale carcass weighing around 2,000 kilograms. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
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HYDERABAD, India (AP) - The shooting of two Indians in a crowded suburban Kansas City bar has sent shock waves through their hometowns, and India's government is rushing diplomats to monitor progress in the investigation into the crime.
Mysterious sea creatures have found themselves at the center of a conspiracy theory that suggests they can predict earthquakes. Several of the massive deep-sea dwellers washed up in the Philippines just before a killer earthquake tore through one of the islands. The little-known bony fish were found ahead of the deadly 6.5 quake that devastated Mindanao Island on Feb. 8. In one instance, a 10-foot-long oarfish washed up onto a beach on the island just two days before, and another was caught by a fisherman. Five more oarfish were found off Mindanao’s northern coast in the days following the natural disaster. It has prompted speculation that the sea creatures are able to “predict” or detect early
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