Recently, images of what is believed to be the body of a mermaid were found on the beach, surprising many people. It is reported that the “mermaid corpse” was found in the Philippines.
The body of a mermaid washed up on the beach surprised many people.
Many people describe, the mermaid discovered this time has a human face, pale skin and possesses a long tail with many fins around. “Mermaid corpse” was discovered by local fishermen and quickly reported to the authorities. Everyone thinks that the appearance of this legendary figure brings an omen for the nation, but no one is sure what it is.
Mermaids have long tails and many scales.
Meanwhile, a number of other international news sites published the image of the “mermaid’s body” with the description “found on the Spanish island of Canaria”. A witness who is said to have personally discovered the “mermaid’s body” named Peter said: “While jogging along the beach, I saw a strange object. When I got close, I couldn’t believe my eyes. because it is so similar to the mermaid that we often see in fairy tales or television.”
Mermaids have pale skin.
In the face of the above information disturbance, some netizens speculated that this was just a technology product or a work of art that was “fake scene” to deceive people. Because not long ago, the “mermaid” was also said to be discovered by divers in Greenland under the sea, and a video clip recorded on the coast of Israel also saw the mermaid on the rocky beach and quickly slithered into the sea.
Many people think that this is just a product of art.
The body of a mermaid appeared on the beach causing much controversy.
This is not the first time, strange creatures considered mermaid appear to cause a stir in public opinion. It is known that the first time the mermaid stepped out of the mythical legend to appear before the naked eye was in 1403. The flood water receded, leaving her stranded on the coast of Eton, the Netherlands, then a group of people. fisherman found.
The first mermaid was found in 1403 in England.
According to the book “Speculum Mundi” published in 1635, written by the British minister John Swan himself about this event, the mermaid appeared to soon integrate into the “earthly” life, liked to wear beautiful clothes, and liked to walk. play, listen to the ladies confiding, but she never opens her mouth to talk.