An unknown creature 15-foot in length was found after it washed up on Ainsdale beach in Britain at the end of July.
An unidentified man found what he described as a "smelly carcas" on the beach and stated that; "It had four flippers which made it look most weird. And it was furry. It was approximately 15ft long and had bones sticking out everywhere, approximately four feet long some of them. Stunk too."
Photos of the mysterious creature was posted on social media showing the huge structure of the creature.
Since the photos was shared all over social media it has been dubbed the Ainsdale Anomaly, and has sparked various of questions by society who is trying to guess the nature of the creature.
"A woolly mammoth? Yes I'm aware they're extinct but honestly what it looks like to me!" one person commented.
While others were trying to figure out what the creature is, some people commented that it could either be a walrus, or maybe even a horse, bull or cow.
According to The Sun, Stephen Ayliffe, Senior Advisor at Natural England, said that the animal's identity still remained unconfirmed, and stated that; "We can confirm that an animal in a poorly decomposed state has washed up on Ainsdale beach, and whilst the identification of the animal is unconfirmed, it appears to be a species of whale.”
"We are working with an animal removal company to have the animal's remains removed from the beach as soon as possible."