5 Mermaids Caught On Tape & Spotted In Real Life! (Part 2)
Sailors have always told tales of beautiful femme fatales that wait in the ocean, leading men to their deaths. According to legend, many lonely, desperate men have been lured by the beauty of a woman with the bottom half of a fish, dragged down to the depths below where they faced unknown horrors. The ancient Greeks called them sirens, the Japanese call them ningyo, but we call them mermaids. These are 5 mermaids caught on camera and spotted in real life. Let’s begin!
5.) Mermaid Migration Caught on Film by Drone
All mammals travel in packs, and if mermaids are merely an offshoot of humans, as aquatic ape proponents suggest, then it would make sense that they would travel in pods like whales or dolphins. This footage allegedly captures one such pod traveling through the ocean. Very little information exists about the video, which was uploaded anonymously and then shared by several different channels for different purposes. There have been reports in the past of groups of mermaids, though never caught on film. Some purport this is simply a pod of dolphins, though without more information to definitively put the argument to rest. immediately be recognizable as such?
4.) Mermaid Found in Shark’s Stomach
In 2018 a video allegedly surfaced on the internet of a mermaid trapped within the stomach of a captured shark. This image is the only remaining evidence of such a video. The incident occurred in Asia. Fisherman caught a shark, which is considered a delicacy in the region, and when they opened the shark up to begin processing it, they find this strange, almost humanoid protrusion within. While the video is no longer available, some have argued that the image is a hoax. It’s impossible to know for sure until the fisherman who captured this shark steps forward.
This mermaid skeleton lies in the National Museum of Denmark. This skeleton was allegedly found by a farmer, who discovered the skeletal remains of a mermaid while plowing his field. Many of the world’s greatest historical cryptoarchaeological finds have been discovered under similar circumstances, buried just under someone’s property. Mermaid skeletons have been discovered before and presented for display, though this may be the first and only mermaid skeleton displayed in such a prestigious, national museum. One of the most famous examples of mermaid remains is the Fiji Mermaid, a purported hoax allegedly created by taxidermying the remains of a fish and a monkey.
2.) Mermaid in Wave
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Most sightings of mermaids include one solitary mermaid resting in the water or near it on the beach or on a rock. Very rarely do you have the chance to catch a glimpse of a mermaid swimming. This video allegedly captures one mermaid, surfing along the waves at an incredible speed as it breaches the water. While it’s a short video, the quality of the video is high enough that we can clearly see the creature’s humanoid torso and it’s long, fishlike tail. Some have argued that this video is a hoax created with computers, though there are certainly more obvious doctored videos that most people believe.
1.) Real Mermaids on Coast of California
This video recorded in California allegedly captures a mermaid doing what mermaids are known to do, just hanging out. While the video resolution is a bit fuzzy, you can clearly make out the creature in the video. When the video begins, it’s sitting on a beach, casually waving its tail, perhaps resting after a long journey or just enjoying the rays of the sun. The creature then dives into the water. After diving, it then breaches the water, and you can clearly see its humanoid torso and head. This mermaid does not share the typical human appearance that most mermaids are reported as having. It’s body seems to be a greyish color, and its head lacks hair, reflecting a possible more fish-like quality than the romantic image that people often think of when they think of mermaids.
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