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These small whales may be found alone or in groups of 3-5 animals. They are slow swimmers and they tend to avoid ships, so they are not commonly seen at sea except by cetacean biologists diligently looking for them.
Normally, wolf-plagued communities need only call up the B.C. Conservation Officer Service, which sends in a team to capture or kill the animal. However, after officers examined some grainy video images of the Bowen Island creature, they determined that the animal was an escaped wolf-dog hybrid – and thus out of their jurisdiction.
I'm not seeing any type of "fin" along the back either.
Originally posted by RUFFREADY
what about a "swan necked seal" or some unknown or "rare " seal type creature"
pinnipeds? of some kind??
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I have no doubts that there are 'sea monsters' out there.
Originally posted by Slade88green
I agree with Kaiuk. My vote also goes for sperm whale. When I saw the pictures, that's what popped into my mind. I was wondering how marine experts cant identify this as a sperm whale. It seems pretty obvious to me. Maybe some day someone will find a real sea monster.