Seaweed Monster

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Seaweed Monster
The Seaweed Monster
Subtitle(s) Seaweed Monster
(海草怪獣,   Kaisō Kaijū)[1]
Species Seaweed Mutation
Forms Small Size, Giant Size
Enemies Godzilla
First appearance Godzilla episode 5,
"The Seaweed Monster"

The Seaweed Monster (シーウィードモンスター,   Shīwīdo Monsutā) is an algae monster that appeared in the 1978 Godzilla episode, "The Seaweed Monster."


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Rising from the depths to wreak havoc on mankind, the Seaweed Monster grew at an alarming rate. Highly energized by radiation, the fiend quickly attacked Brock and Quinn went they went diving. Fortunately for the pair, Godzooky managed to rescue them, but the creature wasn't far behind. It attacked the Calico, but Godzilla was called quickly to help.

Godzilla rose from the ocean to do battle with the Seaweed Monster. In the end, the Seaweed Monster was forced to retreat. Pieces of the creature aboard the Calico began to mutate and form new monsters while the larger one headed directly for the coastline.

The Calico managed to dump the two smaller beasts, but they simply joined with the bigger one. Godzilla was again called in and as they fought, Quinn discovered that the seaweed dried up and died when exposed to the sun. Now knowing this, Godzilla hoisted the creature onto his back and began to head for land. The sun began to dry the Seaweed Monster out and with a blast of Godzilla's eye beams, the Seaweed Monster was permanently destroyed.



The Seaweed Monster has six tentacle like arms in which it can use to ensnare foes and attack enemies.

Mutant seaweed absorption

The Seaweed Monster can absorb other mutant seaweed to grow even larger.


The Seaweed Monster can produce other Seaweed Monsters whenever it loses a portion of its body.


The sun will quickly dry it out and eventually cause it to burn. Godzilla's eye beams were able to destroy it.




This is a list of references for Seaweed Monster. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. 1 January 2000. p. 205. ISBN 978-4091014702.


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