Discovery’s Animal Planet is out to prove that all those mermaid myths we’ve heard growing up are based on facts and that these humanoid sea creatures are actually real.
One documentary in particular, “Mermaids: The New Evidence,” should accomplish that.
Aired over the weekend right after “Mermaids: The Body Found,” the new TV special has once again ignited the debate on whether mermaids are real.
The video embedded at the end of this blog post in particular has gotten many inclining towards the possibility of their being real creatures, living their life hidden from human eyes.
It shows a sea creature resting on the rocks, fleeing at the very instant it realizes there are people around, looking at it. Somehow predictably, the creature is shot from a great distance, so that it's impossible to make out exactly what it is.
According to the show, it's a mermaid. Because they truly exist.
“Dive even deeper into the legend with Mermaids: The New Evidence, which examines the startling, never-before-seen video evidence of aquatic hominids that has come forward since the documentary Mermaids: The Body Found first aired in 2012 with the original whistleblower on the Mermaid Conspiracy, Dr. Paul Robertson,” Discovery promised ahead of the premiere of the new documentary.
So, let me ask you: do you believe mermaids are real?