The eel-like Ogopogo ranges from 5 to 20 feet in length and 1 to 2 feet in diameter. The blue-gray creature is estimated to weigh 400 pounds. It has a flat horse or goat-like head, a tail and flippers. The Ogopogo resembles a log. Many think that the Ogopogo is a prehistoric plesiosaur.
The monster inhabits Lake Okanagan in British Columbia.
The first known sighting of Ogopogo was in 1860, when Lake Okanagan was first colonized by European settlers. The reports say that they had seen objects floating in the water that looked like logs but would suddenly start to move and swim about.
Ogopogo footprints have been found, all varying in shape and size. As many have said, footprints can be easily faked. More than half a dozen films and videos taken of a moving object in Lake Okanagan but all have been inconclusive. Alleged photos were also not clear.
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