What's the situation? South Korea's Han River surprised the "water monster"! Is it an eel, or a mutated snake? This time pickpocket its old bottom!
According to the Chosun Ilbo, the monster, which is about 10 meters long and looks like an eel, was seen on the Han River at about 5 p.m. on the 6th.
Below the potato put a photo taken on the spot, the picture is relatively blurry, but still see that the water splash in the river is very large, and the size of the water monster is not small, so it is unlikely to be an eel. Of course, this also falls into a "strange circle": but for any water monster, the photo must be blurry.
Potatoes are considered more like a large snake, and in the past two years snakes have become popular among young Koreans, especially the large Burmese python.
First of all, the Burmese python is one of the largest pythons in the world, with a body length of 3-5 meters in adulthood, and the largest and first ones are 9.75 meters long, setting a Guinness World Record.
Secondly, Burmese pythons are strong swimmers, can dive in the water for more than half an hour, and they were often seen crossing the river before India, where there are more Burmese pythons.
The point is that Burmese pythons generally do not do much in the downtown area, and this time it is likely that they will jump out of the farmers.
The question is is there really such a big Burmese python? This brings us to the Han River, because this Burmese python may have mutated.
In 2021, The team of Professor Kim Hyun Wook of South Korea published a survey article mentioning that they extracted a large number of drug ingredients such as Cialis and Elida in the Han River, especially phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors.
In the Han River section of Gangnam District, male drug concentrations peak, more than 30 percent more than in other sections of the river, where bars and nightclubs are clustered.
The name of the phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor is strange, but it is familiar because it is the main component of drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men, and to put it bluntly, It is caused by Koreans discarding the male drug in the Han River.
Is it possible that the big snake that is kept in captivity in the vicinity will eat and drink in the Han River after fleeing, and the toxin will penetrate into its body and cause mutation, and eventually grow wildly without restriction? The land thinks that there is really a possibility!
#所见所得, very scientific ##韩国汉江现不明水怪专家称或是大蛇 #