Manhattan Monster fascinates, and repels
Imagine the surprise of one New York woman when, upon strolling underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, she found the above beast lying belly up. The bloated, gnarled creature quickly became an international phenomenon, mostly because nobody could quite identify what the tabloids had taken to calling the "Manhattan Monster."
Mutilated and deformed, zoologists now think the monster is a raccoon on account of its five-toed paws, but one thing is certain: whatever it is, it sure is weird lookin'. Click ahead as MSN looks back at some of the oddest looking creatures found in the wild.
In the summer, southeastern Alaska's waters teem with humpback whales that have migrated north to feed on herring and other fish. One of their most fas... More In the summer, southeastern Alaska's waters teem with humpback whales that have migrated north to feed on herring and other fish. One of their most fascinating behaviors is bubble-net feeding, a complex and coordinated tactic for capturing many fish at once. Andy Szabo, director of the Alaska Whale Foundation, and naturalist Steve Maclean explain the phenomenon while aboard the National Geographic fleet on a recent voyage to Alaska's Inside Passage. Learn more about the expedition to Alaska's Inside Passage: http://www.nationalgeographicexpeditions.com/expeditions/alaska-cruise/detail?utm_source=NGdotcom-Video&utm_medium=link&utm_content=20140619_LEX_Video_BubbleNet_AlaskaInsidePassage&utm_campaign=NGdotcom Click to see more video highlights from the National Geographic - Lindblad fleet of expedition ships traveling around the globe: video.nationalgeographic.com/video/ngexpeditions/
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