Local authorities believe the human remains discovered on a coastal footpath in southwest England could be more than 200 years old.
Gregory D'Alessio told Newsweek he was having a "bad fishing day" until he made the surprising discovery.
"Storms and atmospheric fronts create large swells that can travel tens of thousands of [miles] across the ocean," wave expert Shane Keating told Newsweek.
Many social-media users likened the creature to Kenny McCormick from the animated television series "South Park."
"It was sort of alarming but also very frustrating because I worked hard to catch that fish," fisherman Connor told Newsweek.
"I often find the eggs on the beach but this is the first time I've found one with a live shark in it," he told Newsweek.
"That is probably one of the prettiest blues and whites I've ever seen," the fisherman admitted.
Experts have ruled out several potential causes, as 282 turtles washed up in just three months, which is twice the average number seen from 2012 to 2021.
Based on the dimensions on the scanner, the team estimated the shape was "weighing in at 40 tons!"
A health assessment of the famous captive orca shows that she remains on antibiotics but is active and engaged, with a healthy appetite.
It is thought a seal pup entered the house in New Zealand through two cat flaps.
Activists say the orca, captured in 1979, is displaying erratic behaviour due to life in prolonged captivity.
The crew member developed breathing difficulties, chest pain and numbness before the trawler captain dialed for help.
The footage, which reportedly shows a handful of baby wolffish, has drawn comparisons with everything from "Stranger Things" to "Alien."
The Washington State Department of Transportation announced in an alert that the Fauntleroy terminal is out of service after a vessel crashed into it.
One viewer of the viral video said that it was the "cutest rescue I've ever seen."
Footage shows a woman attempting to straddle a dolphin that had become stranded in the shallows.
"She is so happy." One woman proved that it's never too late to explore the world.
Russian fisherman Roman Fedortsov spoke to Newsweek about his viral photo of a bizarre-looking catch.
An expert has confirmed that the strange creature is a sea hare, which likely washed up due to the effects of climate change.
"And the smell, well. On a scale from 1 to 10, I'd rate it a strong 15," the diver said.
The rarely seen deepwater shark was discovered dead by local fisherfolk in Gubat, Philippines.
Charter boat captain Dan Rocher told KGW8 he was "very spooked" by the incident and didn't like it "at all."
The huge shark, which weighs almost 1,500lbs and measures over 13 feet, pinged on OCEARCH's shark tracker late last night.
Whale watchers and marine ecologists have reported multiple daily sightings in spots including Sea Lion Caves and Gold Beach.
Scientists believe it's a type of beaked whale—an elusive deep water species that is rarely seen in the wild.
The angler had been fishing for 36 hours when he snagged the shark. It then took him over two hours to reel in the predator.
The yacht worker was allegedly caught on video deflating the balloons before dropping them directly into Miami waters from the boat.
But fear not, as even a stranded starfish is not necessarily dead.