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Lake Worth 'Muck Monster'

Lake Worth 'Muck Monster'

A mysterious sea creature, dubbed 'muck monster,' was caught on tape by Greg Reynolds of LagoonKeepers.org at Lake Worth Lagoon in Palm Beach County, Florida. Marine expert Thomas Reinert studied the video but was unable to make an identification. Reynolds' associate Don Serrano recalls seeing something strange move through the water. "I didn't know what it was... It was different, very different." More at WPTV.com.

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