Mysterious creature found on Scottish beach after Storm Ciara

Mysterious creature found on Scottish beach after Storm Ciara

- People are confused following the discovery of the skeleton of a mysterious creature on a Scottish beach

- While some people say it could be a whale, others say the creature could be a dolphin

- The creature was found on the Aberdeenshire coastline

The skeleton of a mysterious creature was found on a Scottish beach that has left people wondering if it could be a whale or a dolphin.

According to Daily Mail, the creature was found on the Aberdeenshire coastline on Sunday, February 9, as the country endured 90mph winds and torrential rain.

Legit.ng gathers that some people also feel the creature is a thresher shark because of its 'horn'.

Mysterious creature found on Scottish beach after Storm Ciara

The creature was found on the Aberdeenshire coastline. Photo credit: Facebook

Professor David Lusseau from the University of Aberdeen said: "Unfortunately from just this photo we can't tell much other than it is a whale of some form. We would need shots of the front end (and probably a bit of poking around) to get an ID."

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In other news, a couple identified as Gary and Julie Willis have shown to the world that animals should never be neglected in times of trouble.

The couple melted hearts as they cohabited with kangaroos amid Australian bushfire.

Since September 2019, Australia's bushfire has killed 33 people and an estimated 1 billion native animals.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man in the United States identified as Jason Garrett displayed a rare show of love for his 12-year-old dog Lola who needs to undergo major surgery for pre-heart failure.

Garrett drained his retirement savings to raise $45,000 (N16.3m) for the procedure, which is said to be 90% success rate.

Staff are learning how to perform the procedure at the University of Florida Veterinary Hospital.

The procedure has a 90 per cent success rate, according to the University of Florida Veterinary Hospital, where staff are learning how to do it.

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Garrett has raised additional money through crowdfunding to cover the full cost.

Lola is a miniature schnauzer and therapy dog who has helped Garrett battle depression and bipolar disorder for over a decade.

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Garrett said: “She’s family. The reason I continue to survive and even thrive with the disease is Lola.”

According to the Californian-based man, Lola has an enlarged heart because she has a damaged mitral valve.

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