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Re: Cryptozoological Monsters

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Now this Loch Ness Monster video is the most believable yet that I have seen.


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Is it dead, and being pulled around, looks like a hose of some king to me.

Notice the curve, it doesn't change, it just goes up, and down as it's being pulled around.
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Here’s another short video of the Loch Ness Monster. It doesn’t look like a sturgeon and I think that it’s a bit big for a seal.
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LOL, I thought maybe a sturgeon myself Gary, cant tell though since they mostly just showed those people.
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Okay this one isn’t the Loch Ness Monster, this one is a mystery sea creature.
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Gary Oak wrote: March 29th, 2022, 12:56 am Okay this one isn’t the Loch Ness Monster, this one is a mystery sea creature.
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This lady believes that she has gotten a sonar image of Champ from Lake Champlain. She believes that they are from 15 to 25 feet long. How could a creature as large as these lake monsters stay undiscovered ? Surely the remains of at least one of them would have been found by now. Mind Caddy remains have been found.
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Now this unknown creature I would guess is some kind of eel has a beautiful shiny bluish colour.
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Maybe a little ore fish, maybe a new found eel.
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I suspect that it’s a new and very beautiful species of eel. That bright shiny blue is so beautiful.
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Here it is Gary :spit: tasty
A Fried Hairtail fish, well the one in the video isn't fried, but it's not uncommon I read.
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Here’s a very close up video of a kraken in Japan.
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I see this, and think poor creature, it's dying, and being bothered by humans.
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It’s still neat to see one crystal clear and close up like this in the sunshine showing the colours.
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I wonder what it is thinking there, and if they have the fear of the unknown also as we do when dying.

Like dogs, vets say they have last regrets, or wishes when being put down.
The person takes their dog, and leaves the room with a stranger where they feel uncomfortable anyhow.
The dogs need their human by there side, not abandoned the last moments.
People really need to think, and stay with their animals, it's for them not the person being cowardly.
So I have to wonder what the squid was thinking, and needing, they are one of the smarter animals in the seas.
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Octopus are supposed to be very intelligent and perhaps these huge squids with their larger brains are too. Perhaps this squid knew that his time was coming and curiosity of these strange creatures world led him to this wharf as he wouldn’t have anything to be afraid of at this late stage. Here’s yet another one found in Japan about year ago. I wonder if it’s not Fukushima that is causing these giant squid to surface there in such an unhealthy state.
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For the first time a giant squid has been captured and is now alive and well in a Japanese aquarium. https://futurism.com/the-byte/scientist ... nrboz1q2b0
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i would believe they need a high water pressure for survival long term, not sure though.
They live in the deep after all.
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I haven’t been to an aquarium for some time now but I wouldn’t be surprised if these high end aquariums are capable of creating a high pressure environment when needed. I also wonder if all these deep sea squid aren’t coming to the surface around Japan because of the radiation from Fukushima. They certainly don’t look healthy.
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Yeah the white areas look bad on a lot of them, that's something nasty causing that.
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