In 2017, a mysterious sea beast the size of a large bus washed up on a remote beach in Indonesia, completely baffling locals and triggering an army response.
Government troops were called in to help clear the gigantic remains after a local, Asrul Tuanakota, 37, found it at Hulung Beach on Seram Island, Indonesia.
It was later reported to be the remains of a giant squid that had died at least three days earlier. However, no one knows the cause of death for the animal – or if it was even killed naturally.
The maximum size of a giant squid is thought to be only 43-feet for females and 33-feet for males as they are among the largest living organisms in the world.
This is not the first giant creature that shocked the region.
In February of 2017, locals and scientists in the Philippines were in awe by a 65-foot long sea blob that appeared on a beach.