Russian soldiers discovered this disturbing alien creature along the Sakhalin shoreline, which is located in the most eastern part of Russia, some 5,000 miles away from Moscow and very near Japan. The rivers in this area are alive with fish of all kinds, particularly salmon. The coast of Sakhalin is also the only known feeding ground for the critically-endangered species, the Western Pacific Gray Whale. Other whale species on the verge of extinction are also known to gravitate to this specific area. These include: the North Pacific Right Whale, the Bowhead Whale and the Beluga Whale.
What does this creature look like?
So far, Russian scientists have not been able to either identify this anomaly or place it within the known order of anything at all. They do know that according to the bones and teeth, it is not a fish. Its skeleton also indicates that it is not a crocodile or alligator, even though the tail is suggestive of such. Oddly, it has a skin with hair or fur.
The very first people who encountered the remains of the mysterious alien creature took pictures as it lay on the beach. Soon after, Russian Special Services removed it and sent it away for further, in-depth study.
What can the world learn from this extraordinary find?
It would seem that whether or not Russian scientists can isolate this creature in terms of its origins and species, its presence alone renders an unsettling legacy. Who are we and where do we come from? If you think about it, no one really knows. We know how we reproduce, but no one knows why the miracle of birth occurs. Questions that don’t have answers are never comfortable and as far as this creature is concerned, these immortal words of Shakespeare’s Hamlet come to mind:
“There are more things in heaven and earth, my dear Horatio than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”