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Thomas Reinert a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Marine Biologist studied the video and said: "This appears to be one animal moving in this direction…nothing's breaking the surface. Typically dolphins break the surface, sea turtles, manatee, a large school of fish, if it were a shark at that level you would see a fin."
"I cant definitely say what it is." "I can speculate but we need more evidence to determine the identity of the Lake Worth muck monster," said Reinert.
"We spend a lot of time out here on the water and seen a lot of different creatures out here and this is the first time in three and half years that I’ve ever seen anything out here that didn't know what it was," Reynolds said.
Originally posted by The Chez
I tend not to think cryptid when I look at aquatic life, but rather unrecorded species simply because we only know like 20% of whats under the water. This 'muck monster' is obviously some type of fish, whale or other marine animal.
Originally posted by jeddun
reply to post by William One Sac
LOL really?! guy? a friggin plesiosaur(sp)? and said without a silly face emoticon?! are you serious?!