Whatever it is, residents understandably want the mysterious creature removed from their beach and have asked local authorities to help them dispose of the decaying ocean dweller.
The "monster" has grasped the imagination of locals, with people flocking to Hulung beach to stare in wonder at the huge, bloated carcass and speculate what on earth it is. But as he approached, he could see more clearly: whatever this was, it had once been alive.
According to him the four-metre fangs in the front of the creature could be a jaw from a whale.
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The massive pile of decomposing flesh measures nearly 50 feet long and has washed up onto the shore.
"This is a humpback whale", said YouTube user Patasiwa Kumbang Amalatu.
Another marine expert had a different opinion, stating that the carcass was a large dolphin.
Weighing two tonnes and measuring nearly 7m in length, locals speculated the creature was some sort of undiscovered dugong. It was eventually identified as a whale whose decay had distorted its appearance.