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A video from 2009 shows something mysterious moving across the surface of the sea that resembles an Alaskan version of the Loch Ness monster.
Some are claiming that the animal is a "Cadborosaurus," a type of reptile or lizard that got its name from Cadboro Bay, in British Columbia. They say that what's in the video is a sea serpent that dwells in the North Pacific and possibly other regions.
"Hillstranded," a new Discovery Channel special debuting tonight that features the 2009 footage.
While he understands the controversy and skepticism over such sightings and claims, Hillstrand believes the many fishermen who have reported seeing the animal "are not a bunch of fruitcakes. These are people who are familiar with the local marine life." Source
These kinds of videos can be very deceiving. I have seen beaver hauling logs across a river that looks similar to this. You never know what you have until you can see what's actually UNDER the water. Depending on buoyancy, two thirds of it could still be hidden. Animals can and do haul all sorts of things in the water. Just sayin'.