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Netizen Links 50 Ft. Whale Found In Zamboanga To New Big Earthquake

A netizen was linking the 50 ft. whale found in Zamboanga to an alleged new big earthquake that might strike the country.

Over the past few years, the appearance of weird and rare sea creatures in shallow waters have been frequent.

Previously, the occurrence of the deep-sea creature called “Oarfish” has been linked to the series of earthquakes in the country.

New Big Earthquake

Some Filipino people notice that the appearance of oarfish in shallow waters are usually followed by earthquakes.

The Japanese seismologist Kiyoshi Wadatsumi explained that deep-sea creatures have the ability to detect irregularities in the deep.

The Facebook page “Hanep TV” has uploaded the video footage of the alleged biggest whale found near in Boulevard, Zamboanga City.

New Big Earthquake

In the video, it can be seen that the 50-feet whale was placed in a large truck because of its huge size.

The residents also trooped in the streets curiously looking at the sea creature after seeing its unusual size.

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The social media users have also expressed their reactions on the huge whale and a certain netizen even linked it to the alleged new big earthquake.

MrArgie C Arlos: “THATS THE sign New BIG earthquake is coming Be ready.”

Jen Anrab: isang ibig sabihin noon may mahuhuling pinakamataas sa gov”

Jungie Tadena: “soon there will be no more fish in sea bcoz of pollution due to excessive use of plastic materials”

Maureen Palomo: “ Hala kawawa naman..patay nba yan…”

Dennis Allan Tizon Bentot: “Prang sperm whale ah..”

Ianpaul Acenat: ‘Litsunin ata ha ha ha”

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