Escaped "Beast of Montauk"
Saturday, October 9, 2010
New York, United States
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This cyptid, commonly called a "Beast of Montauk" (named after the city in New York, U.S.A. around which the creature normally lives) has escaped from the Cryptid Collection and Containment Center (located in Gilbert Lake State Park near Oneonta, New York, U.S.A.)
Mission: ESCAPE! or CAPTURE! (you choose)
ESCAPE! - Help the Beast of Montauk return home to the area of Montauk, New York, U.S.A.
CAPTURE! - Return the Beast of Montauk to its containment unit at the C.C.C.C. (GC2GBVK)
About This Item
"BEAST OF MONTAUK" - Monstrom Montauakus
Monstrom montaukus was first discovered on a beach in Montauk, NY on July, 2008 (hence, the name). Originally, “experts” suggested the remains were that of a hairless raccoon or a shell-less sea turtle. Close examination disproved these theories. The Beast of Montauk is actually an aquatic animal/bird hybrid, genetically related to the platypus. Like the platypus, Montaukus has electro-receptors. These electro-receptors, unlike those of the platypus, are found all over the beast’s body and can broadcast--creating a strong electromagnetic field. This field works as a highly effective means of camouflage and, when the creature is threatened, a painful stunning attack.
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