Mystery as huge ‘ANCIENT CREATURE’ washes up on Russian beach (Image: SIBERIAN TIMES) A “smelly” carcass of a “baffling behemoth” was discovered on the Pacific coastline of the Kamchatka peninsula close to the remote village of Pakhachi. The mysterious beast quickly attracted curious residents but no one was able to identify it. It is reported to be longer than three men, and has a tail or a tentacle. The beast is covered in a chalk-coloured hair and has “no definite head or eyes”. WATCH: Mysterious ‘alien creature’ horrifies local beachgoers According to the Siberia Times, the monster was too heavy to be moved by locals. Witness Svetlana Dyadenko posted on social media: “The most interesting thing to me is that the creature is covered with tubular fur. “It does look like fur, but it’s tubular, as if a lot of tiny pipes hang down the carcass. It’s a really strange-looking creature. “We Googled it and couldn’t find anything resembling it. Locals were baffled by the discovery (Image: SIBERIAN TIMES) “I wish scientists could inspect this enigma that ocean threw at us.” Some people on the scene speculated that it belonged to a woolly mammoth who was frozen in the permafrost beneath the sea which melted away during the warm summer and released the extinct animal. However, one marine biologist believes he has put the issue to bed, claiming that it is likely the remains of a washed up whale – or part of one at least.
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Able to deploy the full range of tools from across our national security apparatus.” Mr Fleming said the intelligence community had supported police in a “painstaking” and “highly complex” investigation into what happened after the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury on 4 March. The UK named two men , Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, believed to be from Russia’s military intelligence service, the GRU, as the main suspects. The Kremlin called these accusations “unacceptable”. A statement from Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau said: “We, the leaders of France, Germany, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, reiterate our outrage at the use of a chemical nerve agent, known as Novichok, in Salisbury on March 4.” The leaders welcomed progress in the investigation, but urged those with more information to go to UK authorities. “We have full confidence in the British assessment that the two suspects were officers from the Russian military intelligence service, also known as the GRU,” the statement added. Referring to the expulsion of Russian diplomats from their countries in response to the 4 March attack, the leaders said they had already “taken action together to disrupt the activities of the GRU”. The leaders said the link to the Russian service – revealed on Wednesday – would strengthen their intention to work together against foreign spy networks, the use of chemical weapons, and to “defend ourselves from all forms of malign state activity directed against us and our societies”. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhat do we know about the Russian intelligence organisation, the GRU? The UN Security Council, of which Russia is a permanent member, alongside China and UK allies the US and France, met in New York to discuss the latest progress in the investigation. Addressing the council, Britain’s ambassador to the UN Karen Pierce, said the nerve agent attack was a “direct challenge” to the “rules-based international system that has kept all of us safe since 1945”.
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