In Nigeria , this Mystic beings are called ”Mammy water’. A popular highlife veteran musician, Late Victor Uwaifo sang about them. But the mystery remains, do they really exist?
The recent appearance of an unidentified corpse on a beach in Australia has sparked a wave of belief in the existence of mermaids, captivating the attention of numerous individuals. The mysterious remains, which bear an uncanny resemblance to the fabled half-human, half-fish creatures, have ignited both curiosity and controversy globally.
An Australian woman called Bobbi-Lee Oates made the shocking discovery and took to social media(Facebook) to share pictures
Social media platforms have become inundated with discussions about the possible origins and significance of the creature, with theories ranging from undiscovered marine species to ancient legends come to life.
In her words:
“We were driving along the beach looking for a campsite, and we couldn’t help but notice how much the skull looked to be in the shape of a human’s.
“I still have not found out what it was.
“I was hoping someone would comment saying what it was, but the comments were all so different.
“And I wasn’t really sold on any of them – especially considering some they said are not even in our waters.”
She added: “I have never seen anything in my life like this.
“It just didn’t look like anything realistic to me.”
But a popular zoologist, Rob Deaville based in UK has come out to refute her claims.
Rob Deaville, said: “this Definitely looks like a small cetacean to me.”
Well, its left to you readers to believe or not to believe.