The Lusca is a form of giant octopus from the Carribean Sea. They are huge, and found in "blue holes" (deep underwater, oceanic holes). Some cryptozoologists think the Lusca is the true identity of the St. Augustine Globster
Appearance & DescriptionEdit
The Lusca is at 30+ feet wide. It has large eyes, 8 arms, and carnivorous tendencies. The arms are hairy. According to accounts by Spanish settlers, the Lusca is at least partially amphibious.
The Lusca is thought to be an unknown form of cirate octopus, or maybe a squid.