A Globster , or Blob , is an unidentified organic mass that washes up on the shoreline of an ocean or other body of water. The term was coined by Ivan T. Sanderson in to describe the Tasmanian carcass of , which was said to have "no visible eyes, no defined head, and no apparent bone structure". A globster is distinguished from a normal beached carcass by being hard to identify, at least by initial untrained observers, and by creating controversy as to its identity. Globsters may present such a puzzling appearance that their nature remains controversial even after being officially identified by scientists. Some globsters lack bones or other recognisable structures, while others may have bones, tentacles, flippers, eyes or other features that can help narrow down the possible species.
Sperm whales are the largest toothed whales on earth. Males are usually much larger than the females. The head in particular is enormous, accounting for one third of the entire body. One the other hand, the lower jaw is remarkably narrow. The females are social animals: they make friends for life.
The Pacific Northwest is no stranger to folklore and unexplained phenomena. Its jutting mountain ranges and dense forests covered in thick moss are like a beacon for tall tales and creepy creatures. Nicknamed Caddy, the Cadborosaurus is essentially a foot mega-serpent slithering around the northern part of the west coast. Its head mirrors that of a horse and its body like an overstuffed eel. A long row of ridges protrude from its spine.