posted on Sep, 16 2014 @ 03:58 AM
Nice thread OP...bravo..
Yeah i have no issues with this being a very real creature,it really has the look of a snake like creature and you can see it undulating through the
water.After looking into this for years, it is clear that all the great lakes of the world, on every continent, contain 'leftover populations' of
what can only be described as prehistoric animals-pleiseasaurs,caborosaurus etc...they were stranded mainly inside inland bodies of water (most likely
due to sudden changes-plate movements,tsunami,water level rise and fall due to melting poles caused by previous poleshifts) the problem is they are
not prehistoric, as they,dinosaurs,sasquatch/almas etc etc still exist no question.
So the more likely issue people should be debating, is the fact that what we think we know..is actually a pack of lies!!..the whole chronology is
wrong, same goes for humans true origins..the evidence is there,but mainstream studies steer a wide birth to avoid opening the can of worms...well
glad to see the can has now been spilled..
Here is a mososaurus oceansofkansas.com...
and it is widely speculated that this creature maybe the culprit of many sightings
globally.There are/were such a variety of dinosaurs, so i'm sure our Iceland example fits in somewhere (maybe this category..i couldn't say for