Teddy Tucker with the first Bermuda Blob.

The second Bermuda Blob.

The first Bermuda blob was found by fisherman and treasure hunter Teddy Tucker in 1988 in Mangrove Bay. Tucker described the blob as 2 and a half to 3 feet thick, as well as being very white and fibrous, rather like a disfigured star. The second Bermuda blob was found 1997. Samples of the first specimen were analyzed in 1995 and it was suggested they were from a Poikilothermic sea creature either a large bony fish or shark or ray. A reanalysis stated they were from some kind of whale. The second blob was also later determined to be part of a whale.

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