A beast spotted close to Montauk Point this spring

On Sunday  Feb 20 this year  David Kuritzky,  a Mount Kisco glass specialist visiting from upstate New York, took this picture of a gryphonesque beaked beast at Hither Hills, a beach just south-west of Montauk Point.

7 Responses to “A beast spotted close to Montauk Point this spring”

  1. random says:

    ok.. it has obviously been a while since these pictures have been out and sadly i am just finding out about plum island do to a show called conspiracy theory by jesse ventura. now what i dont understand is if your gonna be doing tests then why is it that the public is to debate on the origin of the animal why do we need to figure out what it is? isn’t that the purpose of tests? and another why do people feel the need to PLAY GOD!! this whole this infurriates me and ya this is from 2011 and it is now 2014 i know i am really late but someone needs to help me understand the concept of our human race having that urge to play GOD. if an animal is too undefined and cannot just look at the poor thing and say its ‘a dog” or a “wolf” or whatever research has gone past the point of under control to out of control and is power hungry and we need to stop!!

  2. Al says:

    Looks like a wolf to me. Does anyone else notice how all these animals’ skulls are picked clean and are pearly white? Seems odd.

  3. Date Masamune says:

    No beak. That’s an animal from he canine family. I shouls know, working in a vet hospital I see plenty of dog mouths everyday. Looking at it, it was probably a young dog too, shame really.

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  5. Restless says:

    Obviously that’s NOT a beak, but an upside down skull of a dead dog. Why even post that? :/ Honestly, how ignorant.

  6. sara says:

    it also looks like a wolf skull

  7. sara says:

    this is a dog skull because all the teeth look just like a do skull and so do the k9 teeth

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