posted on Dec, 5 2003 @ 11:01 AM
I suspect that the majority of Lake Monsters are really old really big Sturgeon.
There are probably either a heretofore unindentified species of Large eel, archival whale (zeuglodon), and enormous cephalopoda (probably an Octopus,
maybe another couple of big squid).
We'll find more when we find a way to record images in the pitch black of the deep without light, and infrared won't cut it either.
The Thunderbirds are probably off course Andean or California Condors. I truly doubt there are any Teratorns left.
There is most likely another large terrestrial lizard Komodo sized or larger in the Aussie outback.
Nessie(s) is either a visiting seal and/or a unknown amphibian of unusual size, and a Sturgeon. Pleisiosaur is right out.
there is probably several unknown hominids/apes in existence. Bigfoot/Sasquatch, NAPE, Ama (which is likely vestigal populations of Neanderthal),
What's not a Cryptid are Cats. The UK has them stop calling them a cryptid. We know where they came from, we just don't know how many there are.
The verdict is still out on Chupa though...I know when I've drank tequila in appropriate quantities I've seen funny things too.