A Sewer pipe, Cameron Village, Raleigh, North CarolinaApparently, it's just a cluster of invertebrates called bryozoan, which are commonly found in both the sea and fresh water environments, says Thomas Kwak a biology professor at North Carolina State University's Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.
- PZ Myers a biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, writes about it in Server blobs of North Carolina
- WRAL (local news site to area of filming) -Mysterious 'sewer creature' sparks curiosity - by Dan Bowens
Does it live?
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