This could be another reason how some of these creatures continues to vanished or extinct - I myself get sucked into this. I'm talking about Giant Animals or Animals we don't see often. Hey man I am only human and it does looks bizzare to my own eyes. But whenever we see these oversized or undersized animals compared to their common species we tend to killem or eatem. The Aliens probably feels bad for these creatures that they abduct all the Yetis to be well preserved and far from harms way. And once in a while they let them wonder around in the woods where only a hillbilly or mountain tribesmen can witness. They might be doing the same way to other type of creatures like the famous Lake Loch Ness Monster, Giant Squid to the size of a 17th century ships, and other types of creatures that I think also being well preserved by the Aliens. Who knows maybe they even have creatures from our planet we never knew ever existed. What if all these monster like creatures will some day be released all at once here in our planet. Maaan that would be one scary sight. More like the scene in Godzilla where people would be pointing Godzilla in fear all running around screamin "aaaahhh is goodzilla is goodzilla ahhhhh." Except it's not just one Godzilla but many Godzillas.
BRITISH angler Ian Welch has landed a world record with this monster – a giant stingray which is the biggest freshwater fish ever caught using a rod and line.
Ian hooked the FIFTY FIVE STONE beast – which nearly pulled him over the side of the boat several times during a 90 MINUTE battle – before he landed it.
It took THIRTEEN grown men to heave the fish – which is the size of a garden shed – out of the water.
Weighing 771lbs it smashed the previous record of 646lbs for a huge catfish caught in 2005.
Ian, a freshwater biologist, had been visiting Thailand to help with a stingray tagging programme when he hooked the denizen of the deep on the Maeklong River. FULL ARTICLE
A Chinese Supersized Rat
A giant rat with one-inch-long teeth has been caught in the southern Chinese province of Fujian.
The rat, which weighed six pounds and had a 12-inch tail and one-inch-long teeth, was caught at the weekend in a residential area of Fuzhou, a city of six million people on China's south coast.
The ratcatcher, who was only named as Mr Xian, said he swooped for the rodent after seeing a big crowd of people surrounding it on the street.
He told local Chinese newspapers that he thought the rat might be a valuable specimen, or a rare species, and had to muster up his courage before grabbing its tail and picking it up by the scruff of its neck.
I forgot which site it was but somewhere in India was this Rare Barking Toad, I tried to research it again but couldn't find it. It's body looks like a frog but the head doesn't look anything like the common frog, It looks more like a lizard's head. And it barks. Like how DMX would bark with an asthma attack.
Speaking of Monsters, if you haven't seen it yet, check out this movie THE HOST. It's a Korean flick. Part comedy part thriller. It's about this humble family that owns a food stand at a river park, who later came across to a monster that looks like part squid, part salmon, and part dinosaur.
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