There have been thousands of sightings and reports on Sea Monsters.
Scientists are still wondering
if these monsters are hoaxes or real. The Loch Ness is probably the
most popular monster reported. The Loch Ness is reported to be very
long and has been seen to have humps. The Loch Ness has been seen
by hundreds or even thousands of people. The Loch Ness has been sighted
in the Loch Ness Lake in Scotland. Some reasons why it is still a
mystery is: that they haven't gotten a close-up picture to prove it and
they haven't captured it.
The African Dinosaur looks
like a brontasaurus but with razor sharp meat-eating teeth. It was
spotted near the Congo River in 1919 and in Zambia in 1840. The description
of the creature is that it is about 52 feet long. It has a long tail
and a long neck. And its body is shaped like a barrel. Its
footprints are as big as a man's.
The Mokele Mbembe is a huge
dark monster, the size of an elephant, with a neck like a python.
It was reported 200 years ago and again in 1980 in the swamps of the northeastern
part of the Congo. It was seen by two men, Powell and Mackal.
A few unclear pictures were taken by Herman Regusters.
Sucuruiju is supposedly a giant snake with a head in the shape of a triangle. It lives in the Amazon River. The only recorded sighting was in 1848 by a man called Colonel Perry Faucet. He said he shot and killed a giant snake about 95 ft. long.
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