Large, Strange Sea Creature Found In Persian Gulf

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PostWed Jul 31, 2013 3:42 am » by *WillEase*


But I think it is a whale, badly decomposed. It probably got chewed on quite a bit as is evident by the exposed bones that at first glance looks like a croc's tail.

Like this one (which is a whale)...
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Oh, and in case you are wondering, the images above are from Acklins Island Bahamas....a few years ago.
I'll bet that isn't even the Persian gulf to begin with.
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PostWed Jul 31, 2013 2:39 pm » by Kinninigan


Slith wrote:It looks like an alligator, but are they indigenous to the Persian Gulf?



Some of the biggest saltwater crocs in the world live on the northeast part of Africa up and down the Nile River which empties into the Red Sea next to Saudi Arabia (The Persian Gulf)

This could easily be from the Nile...its just looks like this one is a big freak of nature, but crocs will grow until they die also, the one in the OP was probley really old..






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PostWed Jul 31, 2013 2:46 pm » by *WillEase*


We all know of your love for all things reptilian, but you are wrong.
I thought the images on top of this page would have put this question to rest.
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PostWed Jul 31, 2013 2:50 pm » by Kinninigan


*WillEase* wrote:We all know of your love for all things reptilian, but you are wrong.
I thought the images on top of this page would have put this question to rest.




i just wanted to show that a croc could be in the persian gulf, i just seen the new pics of it

by the tail its def serpentine/reptilian looking though











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PostWed Jul 31, 2013 3:02 pm » by *WillEase*


Kinninigan wrote:
*WillEase* wrote:We all know of your love for all things reptilian, but you are wrong.
I thought the images on top of this page would have put this question to rest.


I just wanted to show that a croc could be in the persian gulf, i just seen the new pics of it

by the tail its def serpentine/reptilian looking though.



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Slith wrote:It looks like an alligator, but are they indigenous to the Persian Gulf?


It could be the current took the floating carcass there, but an animal that size can go where it wants.
If a salt water crocodile is able to cross oceans by riding the currents, it could go anywhere.
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And while we are at it, the river Nile doesn't empty into the Persian Gulf. It runs into the Mediterranean Sea which is not connected to the Persian gulf either. But as I pointed out, they (crocs) can go where they want to riding currents.
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