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Disturbing Baltic Sea Creature: What The Heck Is It? [Video]

Video of a disturbing pulsing sea creature released to YouTube

A video of a strange, newly discovered something in the Baltic Sea has the Internet in a rage about the “creature,” “alien,” or whatever it is. Just what the heck is it anyway?

The YouTube video describes the thing found by German dock workers in the Baltic Sea on April 19th as a “strange alien life form,” but it could be just a brand new sea creature we haven’t encountered yet, according to the Huffington Post. If you ask the scientists, they provide the most boring explanation possible. They say that the contents in the video are just regular, boring animal intestines.

“What you see in the video is actually freshly removed intestine, likely from a pig, the webbing in between is actually the mesentery, a double layer of membrane that contains blood vessels, lymph vessels, and nerves and connects the two parts of the small intestine. It is not a pulsing sea creature from the deep,” said a report by DeepSeaNews.

Oh, that’s fine, I can accept that, except OMG WHY IS THE FREAKIN’ THING PULSING?!

As always, theories from YouTube commentators are my favorite. “Whatever it is, the japanese will pay a lot of money to eat it,” said one. “I’ve seen enough hentai to know where THATS going,” quipped another. “I just had an erection to this video..so hot!” Okay, we’re done here.

Perverts ruining all our fun.

If you haven’t eaten recently, watch the video of this disturbing thing below. Then leave us your theories on the Baltic Sea creature. New discovery? Alien life-form? Boring animal intestines (that are somehow alive)? Sound off!

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3 Responses to “Disturbing Baltic Sea Creature: What The Heck Is It? [Video]”

  1. Suzanne Trefzger

    It's intestine… I've taken an Anatomy class and seen cadavers; that's exactly what intestines look like. It's probably moving because it's still having a few nervous (as in nerve-system, not as in worried) impulses going through it, if it's recently cut out of… whatever it belonged to. Also, the muscles of the intestines are capable of working with "normal" brain function, so… yeah. But it is pretty dang nasty. XD