Mermaid Spotted in Honduras


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This video was taken by a man snorkeling in Honduras, and it depicts a supposed real life mermaid that was caught on tape swimming in the ocean. People online were quick to come to the conclusion that the footage shows a real mermaid caught on tape. Do mermaids and other mysterious creatures really exist and do they lurk in the world's oceans? What do you think?
 

Harte

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What do I think?
It's fake. That's a neoprene mermaid costume.
The shapes of both legs, including both knees, can be seen in the vid.

Why do you continue to post such flapdoodle?

Harte
 

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What do I think?
It's fake. That's a neoprene mermaid costume.
The shapes of both legs, including both knees, can be seen in the vid.

Why do you continue to post such flapdoodle?

Harte
I think mermaids are real Harte. I once took one home after a day on the beach. I remember she smelled like fish, was slimy, and her scales were something hard to get use to.
What really bummed me out was getting hit in the head by her tail.
 

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According to this vid, all you had to do was skin her lower body to find two legs.

Of course, you would still have had to worry about kicks.

Harte
 

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What do I think?
It's fake. That's a neoprene mermaid costume.
The shapes of both legs, including both knees, can be seen in the vid.

Why do you continue to post such flapdoodle?

Harte
I think mermaids are real Harte. I once took one home after a day on the beach. I remember she smelled like fish, was slimy, and her scales were something hard to get use to.
What really bummed me out was getting hit in the head by her tail.
Sounds like another tall tale fish story.