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Question 1: The term was coined by ________ in 1962 to describe the Tasmanian carcass of 1960, which was said to have "no visible eyes, no defined head, and no apparent bone structure".
Ivan T. SandersonCharles FortBigfootCryptozoology

Question 2: Giant and ________ may also explain some globsters, particularly those which are tentatively identified as monster octopuses.
CephalopodColossal SquidPatagonian toothfishAlbatross

Question 3: Globsters are most frequently studied in the field of ________.
CryptozoologyCryptidMothmanBernard Heuvelmans

Question 4: Others initially thought to be dead ________ later turned out to be the decayed carcases of basking sharks.
PlesiosauriaPlesiosaurPliosaurElasmosauridae

Question 5: Some globsters lack ________ or other recognisable structures, while others may have bones, tentacles, flippers, eyes or other features that can help narrow down the possible species.
Human skullHead and neck anatomyBoneHuman skeleton

Question 6: Many globsters have initially been described as gigantic octopuses, although they later turned out to be the decayed carcasses of whales or large ________.
SharkAngel sharkBullhead sharkGreat white shark

Question 7: However, Canadian scientists did in fact perform a DNA analysis of the Newfoundland Blob which indicated that the tissue was from a ________.
Fin whaleKiller whaleCetaceaSperm whale







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