Loch Ness Monster
July 21, 2011 by Post Team
Loch Ness Monster, Alaska can now have their own version of “Loch Ness Monster.” Images of a mysterious creature moving through the sea surface were scheduled to be shown on the Discovery Channel this week. Discovery News said a fisherman in Alaska recorded a video of the creature in 2009.
The video, shown in images of Discovery “Monster Hunt Alaska: Hillstranded” show, is shared Herald Tribune. It shows what appears to be humped back of a creature moving through the water.
In a moment what is thought to be the head appears. Later in the video appears to throw something on the side of his head.
The show features the reality-TV veteran Andy Hillstrand of “Deadliest Catch”, which claims to have seen “a big, long white moving in the water. He chased him for about 20 minutes. Spray out of his head. It was definitely is not a shark … I’ve never seen anything like it before. ”
Reports indicate that the beast is believed to be a “Cadborosaurus,” named for Cadboro Bay, British Columbia. The beast is a species of reptile or lizard, and the locals believe that exists throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Observers say it has a long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes and skin of the back above water. Fox News said there have been reports that since the 1930s, although the only evidence found in the photographs of grain and weak witness accounts.
At least one of the scientists believes that this video is added to the proposition that the creature exists.
“I am very impressed with the video,” said Paul LeBlond, former head of the Department of Land and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia, told Discovery News. “Although shot in circumstances of rain in an inflatable boat, is very genuine.”
LeBlond, a cryptozoologist who has spent decades trying to prove the creature exists, does not agree with the accounts the creature is a flying sharks, eels and fish large.
“There must be a mammal or reptile, fluctuating up and down in a vertical plane, which eliminates rocking side of fish,” he told Discovery News.
Other accounts include a child in 1937 when scientists found what may have been a sea serpent inside the belly of a whale News Yahoo said. The remains were taken to a season of whaling in British Columbia and samples were taken to the Provincial Museum in Victoria, where Discovery News, said one commissioner believed to be a whale fetus.
Reportedly, however, the remains later disappeared. A worker at the whaling station, said in 2010 that he had seen the body and that “there was a whale before birth.”
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