Bizarre alien-like creature washes up on australia beach, authorities & netizens try to figure out what it really is.

The unknown creature appears to have reptilian-like skull, flabby limbs.

Here's the image of that UNKNOWN, Alien like creature.

The remains of an unknown creature washed up on a beach in Queensland this week, prompting the internet to puzzle over what it could be.

Dubbed as an ‘extraterrestrial’ by the person that found it, it appears to have a reptilian-like skull, flabby limbs, a long tail and claws.

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The body was discovered on the shore of Maroochydore beach in Queensland by local Alex Tan during his morning walk.

“I've stumbled across something weird,” he is heard saying in the video. “This is like one of those things you see when people claim they've found aliens,” the man added.

Here's the video that was posted on instagram to show the weird creature on Australia's beach. See the video below, Carefully.

Some HD images of that creature.

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Here's the HD Images that were posted on instagram to show the weird creature on Australia's beach. See the pics Carefully.

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Here's 1st HD Images that were posted on instagram to show the weird creature on Australia's beach. See the below pics Carefully.

Here's 2nd HD Images that were posted on instagram to show the weird creature on Australia's beach. See the below pics Carefully.

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Despite the strange appearance, it’s unlikely this is the corpse of a creature that came from the stars. It is not uncommon for locals, however, to discover such beings.

This isn’t the first time an Australian beach has received alien-like visitors. In 2018, thousands of translucent creatures washed up on a beach in New South Wales.