In 2007, a carcass of 32-foot-long mysterious giant sea animal was found at the shore of Coney Island and shocked the scientific community. Although Sea Serpents have been witnessed for many centuries around the world, this was the first and the complete carcass of real giant size sea serpent ever collected for scientific examination and research in the recent centuries. Shown in the photograph is Dr. Takeshi Yamada of the Coney Island University for the size comparison. The Giant Sea Serpent is a group of unrelated large marine animals with snake-like body. This specimen was displayed at American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York, and the DVD documentary video was produced by the museum for the world-wide traveling exhibition.