Water Monsters

Since earliest times, reports of enormous creatures dwelling in rivers, lakes and oceans have dominated the imagination, many of which have passed into the realms of lore and legends. In some places, the waters are so deep that they remain largely unexplored; it would follow that water-dwellers (including remnants of dinosaurs) could be surviving there.
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Loch Ness Monster

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  • The scientific name for the Loch Ness Monster is commonly "plesiosaur".
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Ogopogo Monster

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  • At Lake Okanagan, Canada, the Ogopogo Monster predates the Loch Ness Monster by more than 80 years.

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