Man Photographs Unidentified Sea Monster In Greece

November 24, 2015

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This is the crappy photo taken by Scottish tourist Harvey Robertson while site-seeing off the coast of Parga, Greece. He captured what he believes to be an unidentified sea monster. Is that black spot supposed to be an eyeball? Looks kinda like a mutant seahorse to me. Maybe Aquaman's battle mount? That or one ugly ass mermaid.

"I didn't actually see the animal at the time as was trying to capture the water color (fluorescent blue) at the point before becoming black," Robertson told FoxNews.com via email. "You can only imagine my surprise when I was looking back through my photos."


Some say it could be a Cuvier's beaked whale, which have been known to frequent the Mediterranean, others have speculated that it could be the "love child of a hippo and crocodile"--but so far, even scientists are baffled.

Robertson says "I have no idea what it is, I've sent them to various marine biologists across the planet and no one has any idea."

So, what is it? Let me guess -- you probably want a much clearer shot and/or some video before you make your decision. Well TOO BAD, everybody knows the first rule of taking pictures of monsters is for the photos to be blurry and for there only to be one or two of them. Also, this guy was trying to take pictures of the color of the water? That sounds like a vacation photo album you politely decline to view when he gets back from vacation.

Keep going for an even worse shot of the animal retreating.

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Thanks to Patty, who keeps her blurry monster photos to herself like a decent person.

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