posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 02:59 PM
Well done but a lot is skewed.
The 'Surgeon Photo' is fake I knew that even when I was little. The ripples are far too big it must be a small object (but who knows, maybe a
One of the monsters you posted reminded me of something:
But seeing how belugas only live in arctic I thought maybe it is an elephant seal:
Surely it is monstrous. But what about that serpent tail in the video? Well heres the seals tail
So I think it must be an elephant seal like the White River monster turned out to be. Imagine never having seen an elephant seal though!
If you look closer a lot of detail is forged in the head region of the animal and again 3 visible toes and a long tail. Very interesting...
Reptiles do not have ears they have internal eardrums. It is very noticable the lack.
Then there are some skewed facts:
In literature, dragons are certainly a virtually universal ancient motif. Dragons are found in the early literature of the English, Irish,
Danish, Norse, Scandinavians,
ALL THE SAME PEOPLE!
Therefore, everything in this scene is totally realistic, and makes good dinosaur-hunting strategy.
Yeah, but leave out the part where he shape-shifts eh!
Originally posted by TheWretched
Remember too giant squids were once a myth as well. But they have managed to show thats not the case anymore with recovered and captured specimens.
Except that we have not found a kraken! Just the squids.
I will leave on a positive note though:
If the fearsome creatures were threatening the ancestors of the Norse peoples
Also, the Norwegian Sea Serpent
Magnus Olaus drew this for his accurate history of Sweden compilation. He described other animals perfectly.