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A Monstrous Catch

A Monstrous Catch

This photograph of a gruesome sea creature, said to have come from New Jersey, had the Internet buzzing on Friday as nearly half a million people flocked to see the mysterious and puzzling image. Wildlife experts believe it is a large sea lamprey, which is a voracious parasitic animal that looks similar to an eel. More on the story at GrindTV.com.

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