Strange creature found under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York

Strange creature found under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York
Unidentified creature found under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. What is this strange unknown animal?

The New York Parks Department determined it was a pig that had become bloated after being in the river... but the only problem with their theory is PIGS don't have five fingers... which the photographs clearly show.

Denise, the woman who found it, said she thought it was a huge rat, but other people disagreed. Some thought it was a small racoon, others - a deformed seal, and one guy said he thought it resembled a girl he saw at Walmart. So far, the best guess of what the creature might be include: a giant rat, a cooked pig or a small, bloated dog.

To this day, no one has been able to prove exactly what the animal is, but one online writer did point out that the monster was found in a place that has a direct water route to nearby Plum Island where the US Government has a secretive Center where they test for Animal Diseases.

And that brings me to the question of the day. What do you think this mystery mutant is and whether it's for real or just a prank. Will we ever really know?

Leave me your answer below.

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