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Montauk Monster Near Long Island?
July 15, 2015
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i seen it on news and all over but government official or representatives on plum island didnt concluded about what it is or made from or somesort. is it have to do with experiment from plum island that they are trying to hide? 

March 3, 2018
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Hello, I may have solved this mystery. I came across five of these things a few years ago. It's a skinned racoon. The beak is just what the snout looks like after you remove the nose.  You can see in all the remaining pictures the tufts of fur around the paws where it was cut off. Horrible I know. But to club a racoon and skin it for the pelt is still done. Its just rare to see it near cities. Its more of a rural and native act. I hope this helps.

It's better to walk alone, than with a crowd going in the wrong direction. H.S.

February 1, 2017
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Long island where? like the one in lake erie? 

March 19, 2018
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A second "Montauk Monster" was allegedly found in NYC by a couple in Southold, NY. Nicky Papers (who runs http://www.montauk-monster.com) says they have it on ice, and want to sell it to a lab.
 
March 19, 2018
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Disturbing Creature - Montauk Monster

 

The mystery of the Montauk Monster started a few years ago when the strange creature first appeared on the shores of Montauk, New York. The mysteries creature was found dead and decaying as experts were not able to identify it.

 

March 19, 2018
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http://www.montauk-monster.com.....xpert.html

 

Rebecca Alexis Turner writes:

I looked though your site and was shocked by the number of people saying the creatures were deceased raccoon or opossum.

 
As a wildlife rehabber with Nuts For Squirrels Wildlife Rehabilitation located in North East Florida (First Coast Region) I have cared for opossum and raccoon on numerous occasions and know for fact that the washed up creatures are NOT former raccoon or opossum.
 
I was also a three year  Environthon Team member in both the Fred B. Miller and Florida State Envirothons. My school’s team always placed first in our county. And scored high in Wildlife Identification. This brings me to the reasons the creatures are not raccoon or opossum.
 
Raccoon do not take on a beaked appearance when their skulls are bared, contrary to what has been posted in several places. The “slight beak” the skull takes clearly displays the root mount for the teeth. This is not seen in and of the Montauk images or images of similar creatures. Also the orbital ridge of a raccoon skull line up with the lower brain case to form a rounded dinner bell shape not seen in the bird eye view images of the Montauk skull. Lastly, the limbs of the Montauk creatures are too short to be raccoon, raccoon have long limbs that leave them looking like they walk on stilts until the long belly fur of adulthood grows in.
 
Opossum have to few forward teeth, a shorter second fang behind the long canines on the upper jaw, and narrower orbits.
 
Otters are ruled out for both as well due to lack of orbital delta wings on the outer forward orbit rim. However, river or sea otters are a possible explanation for the images of the Canadian creature “The Ugly One”. Regarding dentition and skull shape.
 
 
Plum Island may hold the key to the Montauk and its kin simply because it is an ISLAND. In the fossil record islands and their limited genetic pool have given rise to rare creature localized to those locations alone. Tasmanian Wolf/Tiger for example. Galapagos finches and tortoises for another. And finally in example, lemurs, foosa cats and several other species from the island of Madagascar.
 
I hope this helps your readers to educate themselves...

March 19, 2018
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Hello, I'm one of the uneducated readers lol. How many racoons have you seen skinned? A dead animal with all its fur looks nothing like a skinned animal. Like I said I've,seen the Montauk monster in mass. You can keep looking into it if you want, but in my opinion some moron tried to skin a coon for a hat, realized it wasn't as easy as he thought and dumped the carcass. Look up an old trapper and ask him what it is, and he'll tell you the same thing. 

It's better to walk alone, than with a crowd going in the wrong direction. H.S.

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