13 May, 2017
Locals have asked the government to help them remove the remains as the stench is getting worse by the day.
The "monster" has grasped the imagination of locals, with people flocking to Hulung beach to stare in wonder at the huge, bloated carcass and speculate what on earth it is.
Mysterious sightings have also been seen near New Zealand.
Whatever it is, the 15 metre-long carcass is pretty disgusting and was still bleeding a day after it was found, according to local media.
The decaying remains of an unidentified sea creature have washed up on the coast of Indonesia.
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Since its discovery, locals have been at odds as to whether it's a giant squid of the remains of a whale.
Another marine expert had a different opinion, stating that the carcass was a large dolphin. "I doubt that it lived in our waters". "I can confidently say that this is some kind of a dolphin".
People are trying to identify a mysterious sea creature, but this time it's a long, long way from Scotland's Loch Ness. Locals guessed that the creature, which was covered with hair, was an undiscovered species of dugong.
Others who viewed the footage suggested it was a decomposing humpback whale.