“I was surprised because it’s too big and it’s the first time I saw that kind of creature.”
Capistrano said that the creature was dead when he witnessed (and smelled) the discovery.
This isn’t the first time the Philippines have encountered this type of situation. Earlier this year in February, a white “globster” that was 6 meters (20 feet) long was also found by the shore.
She went on to suggest that it could indeed be a whale, adding that there are quite a few whale species in the Phillipines.
Babey also pointed out that 10 percent of whales and dolphins that die out in the sea end up by the shore.