SOMETHING FISHY Bizarre ‘alien-like’ sea creatures wash up on Brit beach and could be worth thousands

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BIZARRE 'alien-like' sea creatures have washed up on a British beach - and they could be worth a fortune.

Martyn Green, 47, was on holiday with his family when they spotted the creepy sea creatures on the shores of Caernarfon in North Wales.

At first, he thought it was just a large piece of driftwood that had made its way onto the shore.

But on closer inspection, he realised there were thousands of tentacled sea creatures attached to the piece of wood.

The eerie creatures are Gooseneck Barnacles - which are part of the crustacean family, related to crabs and lobsters.

In the footage, they can be seen poking in and out of their chalky white shells.

Despite their otherworldly looks, the sea creatures are considered a delicacy in Portugal and Spain, where they're known as percebes and can be sold for "as much as £25 a go."

Martyn Green, from New Brighton, Merseyside, said that the creatures looked like something from out of this world.