Has Scotland's Loch Ness Monster relocated? An animal resembling the sea serpent has been captured on video swimming in the great state of Alaska. Amazingly, scientists seem to think this video may be the real deal.
Cryptozoologists, scientists who study animals that aren't acknowledged by mainstream science yet, are currently investigating the video taken in 2009 which shows an unidentified swimming object with a long neck, big eyes and humps on its back moving across the surface. How exciting!
Is this creature real or is it simply another whale, eel or shark? The video, which was taken on a rainy day in Bristol Bay by a fisherman, seems to indicate that this is no hoax or case of mistaken identity. What do you think?
"That looks a lot like Cadborosaurus," said Paul Leblond, former head of the department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of British Columbia.
Who is Cadborosaurus? Where did this creature get its name and is it even real? Does it hang out in the category with Big foot, Chupacabra, and the Abominable Snowman?
Indeed it does. But, maybe this video will clear up more needed information about the mysterious sea serpent-type animal that looks a lot like the Loch Ness Monster.
According to sources, the Cadborosaurus is a serpent up to 30 feet long which has been reportedly sighted numerous times within the last 200 years. "Caddy," as the animal is nicknamed, is the subject of a book, Cadborosaurus: Survivor from the Deep, co-written by Leblond.
"It must be a mammal or a reptile, since it oscillates up and down in a vertical plane, which eliminates sideways-oscillating fish," he said.
So, is this an actual sighting of a Cadborosaurus? Is the Scottish Loch Ness Monster another "Caddy"? Why hasn't one been caught or washed up on the shore somewhere?
Mystery continues to shroud the sea serpent sightings in Scotland and now in Alaska. Will the truth ever come to light? It's exciting to ponder what wonderful creatures may be out in the waters.
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