Headless skeleton of a terrifying 20ft sea monster hunted to extinction in the 18th century reappears on a remote Russian island | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Headless skeleton of a terrifying 20ft sea monster hunted to extinction in the 18th century reappears on a remote Russian island

20ft (6-metre) long beast died out in the 18th century as they were sitting targets for harpoon hunters
An eight hour dig showed that this was a rare find of the existence sea cow once common in the area
They found 45 vertebrae, 27 ribs, a left scapula and other bones on the headless creature
Sightings of these sea cows were recorded by Arctic explorers before it died out in 1768.

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