"Scientists have caught a glimpse of a serpent-like creature lurking about 200 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean. But the 8-foot long creature it isn`t a young sea serpent or a cousin of the Loch Ness monster it`s an oarfish.
The video of the oarfish was captured by a remotely operated vehicle, or ROV, in August 2011."
If this video had been taken by a UFO enthusiast or a hunter of mysterious creatures it would have been blurry and murky, and the creature could have been easily mistaken for an extraterrestrial being taking a swim in really deep waters, a sea serpent searching for predators, or a mermaid frolicking.
Why is that 99.999 percent of videos of UFOs posted on YouTube are of extraordinary poor quality? Are UFO fans high when they take videos, or do they all have cheap cameras?
But this video was taken by a university maritime biologist, and that`s why the footage is clear and of exceptionally good quality.
After viewing this video of this scary and creepy oarfish, I`m even afraid to get into my tub.
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