Officials told local media that "it is likely that the carcass was that of a sea cow, based on skin found near the shore", reported Science Alert, in an attempt to calm locals ready to arm themselves against an onslaught of monsters readying to attack from the sea.
It is a 20-foot long body which appears to be covered with white hair.
The remains of a large sea creature washed up on a beach in the Dinagat Islands, Philippines on Wednesday afternoon.
The Municipal Government will reportedly preserve the bones of the whale as a memento.
'Globster/Trunko right? Half whale half polar bear?' he said. Past year in December, a huge mass washed up ashore in New Zealand.
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As Rachel Brown reports for National Geographic, these deep-dwelling creatures - which range from 200 to 1,000 metres deep in the epipelagic to mesopelagic ocean layers - are rarely sighted, but when they are, they usually come in twos or threes.
Just this past Sunday, there was a deadly natural disaster in the Philippines.
The Oarfish is a remarkably long, seldom seen deep-sea fish that has found itself at the center of a conspiracy theory suggesting they are natural quake predictors.
Many Facebook users said they are anxious that the dead animal could be a harbinger of earthquakes.
The sea around the Philippines has produced nightmarish sea creatures in recent days, with two freaky carcasses washing ashore. The question that has the scientists baffled today is what is bringing these sea creatures up from the deep, killing some in the process?