(Credit: Jeff Warren)
Shocking photos of a Loch Ness monster-type beast found on an AMERICAN beach have sparked talk of Nessie would have moved in America.
The mystery creature was, allegedly, found on Wolf Island in the state of Georgia, by a father and son, who were out on a boat trip, reports The Sun.
Father Jeff Warren in the holes of what he said that he thought it was a dead seal lying in the surf, First Coast News reports.
But upon further inspection, Jeff said that it was clear that he had no idea what the animal was.
The images show the alleged casings which Warren said was eaten by the birds when he arrived — lying in the sand.
It seems to have a long tail and two fins, as well as a long neck and a small head with features usually associated with Nessie in popular culture.
The creature was reportedly about 1-2m in length and had a long neck, and two fins.
Experts have so far not been able to make a positive identification of the animal of the photos and video footage.
Director Than As of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service told Action News Jax that some marine animals have a way of composting, where they can resemble a prehistoric animal.
He said a 9m basking shark can come out to see if it had a long neck and a small head.
You can also use the “creature” could also be a simple hoax.
Warren said he later was told about a local legend called “Alty”, or Altahama — Georgia’s own version of the Loch Ness monster.
The creature is used in ads for Darien, Georgia, to attract people to the area.
There are legends of monsters living in a number of places around the world, including Morag in Loch Morar, Scotland; Lagarfljot Worm into Lagarfljot, Iceland; Ogopogo, Canada’s Okanagan Lake; and Lariosauro, in the Lake of Como, Italy.
This story was previously published in the news.com.au.