Incredible Footage Of A Mysterious Water Creature Spotted In Croatia

AudioColorWorldPublished: March 23, 2015Updated: March 9, 2018207,427 views
Published: March 23, 2015Updated: March 9, 2018

If you pay close attention to the world around you, it won’t take long to realize that nature is truly incredible. While there is so much we already know about the hundreds of species that populate this earth, there’s also a lot we don’t know. And even our research and observations can take us by surprise when we witness phenomena in nature. This is one mysterious video taken in Croatia.

Do deep sea creatures interest you? They should. Although these days everyone is obsessed with dogs and cats, some of the strangest and most unique creatures in the universe lie beneath the surface of the waves on our very own planet. An apparent unknown water creature was recently spotted off the coast of Croatia in Eastern Europe. This couple wanted to capture the beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea when they realize they have an intruder in the video. In the video, there is an unknown figure that jumps in the air and then back in the water again. What do you think it could possibly be? The work of video editing, or something real? Could it be the Croatian Loch Ness monster?

The most famous mystery about Loch Ness surrounds the phenomenon of an enormous creature that is believed to live in the water – known universally as the Loch Ness Monster, or ‘Nessie’ as she’s affectionately known. We believe that we have a case to solve here!

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    Pax · 2 years ago

    A bird diving for fish.

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    BroncoBob · 22 weeks ago

    Just a freaking Pelican, mysterious water creature, lol. Anything for a 'hit'. lol.

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    rcmodelr · 5 weeks ago

    Probably just a Flying Fish. And YES!!! They actually DO exist and can jump out of the water and glide through the air for short distances.

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      rcmodelr · 5 weeks ago

      https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/group/flying-fish/