I was a marine biologist in the Pacific Ocean. We found a Leviathan.

What started it all happened in early 2019 when the first mutilated dead whale washed up onshore. The happening was not very uncommon, the occasional dead whale would wash up on shore once in a while. But the whale carcass, or what was left of the carcass, that washed up in 2019 was different. And much, much, more disturbing. The whale was huge. A humpback whale, but that was just one of the species that the scientists suggested it could have been. On a sunny evening in the middle of July, I was walking down the shore, when I stumbled upon the carcass. It was massive. But you want to know the disturbing part? Only the lower half of the whale washed up onshore. Only the tail and back fins flimsily hanging onto the gruesome lower half of the body. The entire lower half of the body was scarred and wounded, only the pale colors of the carcass allowed me to identify the creature as a whale. It looked… It looked as if something took a huge bite out of the whale. For starters, a huge section of the carcass was ripped out. Gigantic scratch marks covered the rotting skin…

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I was a marine biologist in the Pacific Ocean. We found a Leviathan.

Updated: December 17, 2021 — 9:26 pm