Icthyological species, seeming of the stingray model.
U.F.O. - Unidentified Fishy Object.Per this article, deepwater stingrays live in the Pacific at depths of About 2,300 feet. The thing in the Gulf of Mexico video is at more than twice that depth. Seriously deep —more than a mile down.
Also the object in the video lacks the classic swimming motion of a Stingray. It seems to be very rigid and looks to be somehow ”propelled” …and pretty fast.
At the same time —after watching it again— I’m not sure that I’m ready to agree with the narrator who thinks it might be some kind of advanced submarine drone. To me the “skin” of the thing does not look smooth and metallic. Admittedly we only get a quick glimpse through murky water.
Shrugs. Which doesn’t mean it is not a stingray. Perhaps it is a completely new species of stingray. That would be interesting and newsworthy in itself. But it doesn’t really look like a stingray. I confess that I’m still stumped.
The Chinese have bailed enormous US Treasuries held for gold tonnage, a pragmatic make-to-market offsetOver 1.6 tons of gold stolen from Toronto airport. That’s a lot of gold! Obviously, this heist required planning, logistics, a team of coconspirators, and smarts. The internet is already calling it an Ocean’s Eleven type caper. And, once stolen, I presume that gold will not be difficult to launder.