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adsy 08-01-2010 09:29 AM

'Ningen'
 
"humanoid sea creatures of the Antarctic"

http://pinktentacle.com/images/10/an...humanoid_4.jpg

ningen-humanoid-sea-creatures-of-the-antarctic/

burial 08-01-2010 06:47 PM

Fake? Any info about it?

Looks cool anyways. :D

enga 08-01-2010 06:49 PM

http://www.boingboing.net/2010/01/06...anoid-sea.html

The one above looks like it is made of snow to me but who knows.

burial 08-01-2010 11:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by enga (Post 1058537369)
http://www.boingboing.net/2010/01/06...anoid-sea.html

The one above looks like it is made of snow to me but who knows.

Heh, that one looks like a creature from SIlent Hill.

eustacekidd 09-01-2010 06:32 PM

I've always loved the idea of massive creatures under the sea. I've often dreamt of being in a small boat in the middle of the ocean and seeing huge things swimming far below.

chattanova 16-01-2010 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by burial (Post 1058537364)
Fake? Any info about it?

Looks cool anyways. :D

That's an artist’s rendition of a mermaid-like Ningen, here is some of the 'real' photos






article http://pinktentacle.com/2010/01/ning...the-antarctic/

haukipesukone 08-03-2010 10:11 AM

This website says it's just an internet legend and little more than pure imagination so we should just walk away. Nothing to see here folks. Move along.

http://forgetomori.com/2007/criptozo...anese-cryptid/

haukipesukone 08-03-2010 10:15 AM

http://pinktentacle.com/2010/01/ning...the-antarctic/

Another article with not much new stuff.

yellow jacket 10-03-2010 04:32 PM

The color and description reminded me of Trunko...a cryptid seen in 1924:

"Trunko is the nickname for an animal reportedly sighted in Margate, South Africa, on October 25, 1924, according to an article entitled "Fish Like A Polar Bear" published in the December 27, 1924, edition of London's Daily Mail. The animal was reputedly first seen off the coast battling two killer whales, which fought the unusual creature for three hours. It used its tail to attack the whales and reportedly lifted itself out of the water by about 20 feet. One of the witnesses, Hugh Ballance, described the animal as looking like a "giant polar bear" during a final fight.

The creature reputedly washed up on Margate Beach but despite being there for 10 days, no scientist ever investigated the carcass while it was beached, so no reliable description has been published, and no photographs of it have ever been published. Some people who have never been identified were reported to have described the animal as possessing snowy-white fur, an elephantine trunk, a lobster-like tail, and a carcass devoid of blood.

While it was beached, the animal was measured by beach-goers and turned out to be 47 ft (14 m) in length, 10 ft (3 m) wide, and 5 ft (1.5 m) high, with the trunk's length being 5 ft (1.5 m), the trunk's diameter 14 in (36 cm), the tail 10 ft (3 m), and the fur being 8 in (20 cm) long. The trunk was said to be attached directly to the animal's torso, as no head was visible on the carcass. For this feature, the animal was dubbed "Trunko" by British cryptozoologist Karl Shuker in his 1996 book The Unexplained.[1] In the March 27, 1925, edition of the Charleroi Mail, in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, an article entitled "Whales Slain By Hairy Monster" reported that whales there were killed by a strange creature which was washed up on a beach exhausted and fell unconscious, but made its way back into the ocean and swam away after 10 days, never to be seen again."


That would have been epic to witness


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