The Manipogo looks like a snake with a long tubular body at least a foot thick. Descriptions match those of a prehistoric zeuglodon.
The Manipogo inhabits Lake Manitoba.
The earliest sightings were by Native Americans and by settlers. Reports date back to 1906. In 1962, two men got a picture but it wasn't clear enough to prove its existence.
In the early 1960s Professor James A. McLeod of Manitoba University investigated the creature by trying to locate a carcass. But he found none.
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