Unknown Creature Spotted On California Coast

Published July 4, 2014 2,707 Plays

Rumble / Weird MysteriesWhether it is UFOs or mystery creatures, it seems like humankind just can’t get enough of a good mystery. Both regular people and conspiracy theorists alike, all over the world, have been posting video of sightings that look too real to diss, but thanks goodness for the rest of the Internet, right?

This bizarre and quite blurry footage was captured on a phone camera during the 4th of July holiday week. In it, you can spot marine life lying in the shallows near the rocks on the right, flapping what looks like a tail. On the opposite side of this creature you might be able to notice a very distinctly looking head. While the creature on the left is flapping its tail on the water, the one on the right looks like it raises a hand from the water and then both of them dive down.

The person who recorded this footage made an effort to repeat the footage, zoomed in a slowed down, but that doesn’t improve the quality of the image, nor does it prove anything really. Sure, the object on the right looks like a human head, but the one on the left could very possibly be a manatee. The shape of the tail is consistent with a manatee’s tail. Sure, they can only be found in the Atlantic Ocean, but anything is possible nowadays.

Do you believe that this could be an actual footage of an aquatic ape? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

16 COMMENTS

  • Kingkarl, 3 years ago

    Those are mermaids my friends

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    • AingonAtelia, 2 years ago

      Those are very unconvincing fakes.

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  • RhondaCole3560, 2 years ago

    Why hasn't anyone fixed this blurriness, maybe then it could be believable, there's to much technology to post something like this

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    • oingoboingo, 2 years ago

      Well, Big Foot and the Loch Ness Monster are naturally blurry in the wild, so modern photography/videography cannot improve on nature. Oh, and this video is their love child.

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  • Mushroomdog, 2 years ago

    Add a comment...MEXICAN

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    • Mushroomdog, 2 years ago

      Add a comment...We will have to Build a floating wall

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  • ATrenner, 2 years ago

    It's a maidmer. Fish on the top, woman on the bottom. Hey, it's just as plausible as a mermaid.

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  • MikeRows, 2 years ago

    LOL. That's 100% fake

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  • Lokilok, 2 years ago

    All these technological advancements and people still have to make their hoax videos blurry as fuck to even have a chance of being perceived as "real"? Come on, guys. We have CGI! Photoshop! Get your shit together.

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    • DavidB, 2 years ago

      That's what I thought too. Blurry video automatically makes it fake.

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  • Tippy, 2 years ago

    Perhaps a sea lion or elephant seal....no shortage of sea mammals on the left coast! http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/mm_of_us_west_coast.pdf

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  • Death_at_the_Door, 2 years ago

    if its Califoerignia, its whales..

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  • jsrollison, 2 years ago

    Its not a hoax nor is it a mermaid however oarfish have been mistaken for mermaids in the past because they have the ability to hover straight up and down in the water as if they are looking at you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6oUkMJE_ko

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    • jsrollison, 2 years ago

      http://www.factzoo.com/fish/oarfish-worlds-longest-fish-sea-serpent.html

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    • jsrollison, 2 years ago

      Mystery Solved https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oarfish

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  • cherylroberts, 2 years ago

    Would help if it was in focus! Too damn blurry to even see it!

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