Mythical aquatic creatures known as mermaids are typically shown as having a top body that resembles a person and a bottom body that resembles a fish. Several civilizations have long had them as a part of their mythology and folklore, and many people have questioned if they might actually exist.
Despite the absence of concrete evidence, some people believe that mermaids may be based on real animals like manatees or dugongs, which sailors and explorers have traditionally mistaken for mermaids.
In terms of the hypothetical discovery of mermaid bones in Iceland or anywhere else, it is important to note that such a discovery would be highly unlikely given the lack of evidence supporting their existence.
Before any conclusions can be reached, any claims of such a discovery should also be carefully examined and assessed by specialists in the domains of archaeology and marine biology.