Another mysterious monstrosity has turned up dead.
Newly discovered fossils of a giant, ancient sea creature dating back 480 million years ago is helping to shed light on the evolution of arthropods, according to new research.
Paleontologists have unearthed the fossils of our modern day scorpions' most ancient forefathers - creatures that have long been suspected to stalk the ocean's depths hundreds of millions of years ago. Interestingly, the latest sample, however, appears to have legs that would have been ideal for steady strides on land as well.
A mystery sea creature boasting 100 tentacle-like arms is flummoxing a Singapore fisherman credited with the catch, and even with help from experts, the "alien" has yet to be identified.