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20th Nov '17 11:23:16 AM schoi30
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* Not exactly a dinosaur, but an unidentified animal looking something like a seal-manatee cross keeps lolling around the waters of Miami, captured on film by a Gene Sowerwine. Already there have been attempts to consider it a modern variation of a mosasaur...although closer inspection suggests the animal is just an ordinary manatee, albeit with a deformed tailfin (most likely a result of having an unfortunate experience with a boat's propellers).

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* Not exactly a dinosaur, but an unidentified animal looking something like a seal-manatee cross keeps lolling around the waters of Miami, captured on film by a Gene Sowerwine. Already there have been attempts to consider it a modern variation of a mosasaur...although closer inspection suggests the animal is just an ordinary manatee, albeit with a deformed tailfin (most likely a the result of having an unfortunate experience encounter with a boat's propellers).boat propeller).
20th Nov '17 11:21:26 AM schoi30
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyphalosaurus Hyphalosaurus]] was pretty much the closest equivalent to a real Nessie: it was a long-necked, completely aquatic freshwater reptile that lived in what was once a large lake in a temperate climate. Unfortunately, it lived in the early Cretaceous... though relatives might survived in Europe until the ice ages.

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* [[http://en.''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyphalosaurus Hyphalosaurus]] Hyphalosaurus]]'' was pretty much the closest equivalent to a real Nessie: it was a long-necked, completely aquatic freshwater reptile that lived in what was once a large lake in a temperate climate. Unfortunately, it lived in the early Cretaceous... though relatives might survived in Europe until the ice ages.



* Not exactly a dinosaur, but an unidentified animal looking something like a seal-manatee cross keeps lolling around the waters of Miami, captured on film by a Gene Sowerwine. Already there have been attempts to consider it a modern variation of a Mosasaur.

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* Not exactly a dinosaur, but an unidentified animal looking something like a seal-manatee cross keeps lolling around the waters of Miami, captured on film by a Gene Sowerwine. Already there have been attempts to consider it a modern variation of a Mosasaur.mosasaur...although closer inspection suggests the animal is just an ordinary manatee, albeit with a deformed tailfin (most likely a result of having an unfortunate experience with a boat's propellers).
22nd Oct '17 3:19:44 PM ZerroDefex
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** And [[VideogameCrueltyPotential attacking her]] was the only way to get the ''Believer'' badge.
17th Oct '17 10:53:37 PM BoredMe
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** [[FridgeBrilliance Lake Superior actually COULD support a Pleisosaur]].
19th Sep '17 11:57:21 PM GonzoLink
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* The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliamna_Lake_Monster Iliamna Lake Monster]], supposedly said to occupy Lake Iliamna in Alaska.
6th Sep '17 8:51:25 AM Prfnoff
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* One level of ''VideoGame/{{Lemmings}}'' is titled "Hunt the Nessie", and takes place on the back of a serpentine lake monster.

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* One level of ''VideoGame/{{Lemmings}}'' Taxing Level 14 is titled "Hunt the Nessie", and takes place on the back of a serpentine lake monster.
28th Aug '17 5:35:35 PM MagnusForce
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* ''Beyond Loch Ness'' is a Syfy Channel B-movie about the titular creature... [[MisplacedWildlife in Lake Superior]]. Yes, you read that right. They go with the usual plesiosaur claim, but honestly the creature doesn't look much like one. Compare [[http://dinosaurs.ff0000.com/uploads/dinosaur-details/plesiosaurus/dino-large.png this typical paleontological depiction]] with [[http://pics.imcdb.org/0is809/lochness30.3074.jpg the film's monster]]. Note the legs on the latter.

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* ''Beyond Loch Ness'' is a [[SyfyChannelOriginalMovie Syfy Channel B-movie B-movie]] about the titular creature... [[MisplacedWildlife in Lake Superior]]. Yes, you read that right. They go with the usual plesiosaur claim, but honestly the creature doesn't look much like one. Compare [[http://dinosaurs.ff0000.com/uploads/dinosaur-details/plesiosaurus/dino-large.png this typical paleontological depiction]] with [[http://pics.imcdb.org/0is809/lochness30.3074.jpg the film's monster]]. Note the legs on the latter.
19th Aug '17 8:38:45 PM jormis29
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* In ''Series/TheAndyGriffithShow'' ReunionMovie ''Return to Mayberry'' some locals - including Earnest T. Bass - try to convince people there's a lake monster.

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* In ''Series/TheAndyGriffithShow'' ReunionMovie ''Return to Mayberry'' ''Film/ReturnToMayberry'' some locals - including Earnest T. Bass - try to convince people there's a lake monster.
8th Jul '17 11:38:53 AM nombretomado
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** TheOtherWiki, as a matter of fact, has a rather impressive [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_reported_lake_monsters list]] of reported lake monsters from all over the world.

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** TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, as a matter of fact, has a rather impressive [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_reported_lake_monsters list]] of reported lake monsters from all over the world.
15th Jun '17 6:54:23 PM schoi30
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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' features a lake monster named "Bessie"[[note]]Interestingly, there actually is an alleged lake monster in Lake Erie with that name[[/note]].
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