These days, many are under the impression that all which has to be discovered already has been, with everything else simply being mere updates on already-discovered realities and day-to-day events.
However, strange rare and sparse occurrences do happen, staying true as reminders that though developments and discoveries have changed the way we all get things done, we’re still a long way from knowing everything there is to know about our world.
Deepstaria enigmatica sightings would be one of these.
A strange underwater creature was recently captured on video, leaving viewers, experts and scientists bewildered over the exact definites on what the creature really is.
Argued to be a type of jellyfish, the deepstaria enigmatica underwater anomaly was captured through a camera used by deep sea drillers.
With the Earth being mostly water, underwater ecosystems remain to be one of the world’s most mysterious realms, with alien-like dwellers existing to defy preconceptions over how much we think we know about all of Earth’s creatures.
The most recent footage of the alleged jellyfish, is reported to have been first sighted in 1967, and since that time, no defined study or underwater taxonomic project has effectively classified the creature.
Only theories based on its movements stand in numbers, going as far as identifying the creature as a discarded garbage bag. One theory touches up on the mythical creatures which ancient seafarers once told in tale and song, as another attempts to link the creature with H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu.
Whatever exactly the creature is, it is a surefire flag indicative of one simple fact: we still don’t know everything there is to know about mother Earth.
A video of a truly bizarre-looking sea creature had scientists and viewers mystified, and some screaming "sea monster!" According to the (U.K.) Daily Telegraph, researchers have confirmed that this underwater anomaly is deepstaria enigmatica, a type of jellyfish.
Deepstaria enigmatica sightings are extremely rare, as the creature was first discovered only in 1967. Before researchers made their announcements, theories abounded about what it could be. Ideas ranged from whale placenta to a garbage bag to the Lovecraftian monster Cthulhu. The video above was captured by a camera belonging to deep-sea drillers.