Loch Ness monster may go on display.... If ?

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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 9:16 pm » by Slith


It funny how man thinks. Capture it and put it's remains on display? It should be written, kill it and put it's remains on display. All for the sake of science and the advancement of the human species. Yay!
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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 9:38 pm » by Dustnbones


Kill it and then display it. So typical... Let's not preserve what might be an acutal prehistoric creature that has never harmed anyone.

This just makes me sad.

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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:03 pm » by bugmenot


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it looks like a giant squid & you can see what look like eyes :obsessed:

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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:08 pm » by Slith


bugmenot wrote:Image

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it looks like a giant squid & you can see what look like eyes :obsessed:

Bug, the squid has a very distinct body shape. Similar to a man's, ahem, appendage. The above image does not look like said appendage
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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:09 pm » by Slith


But it is an interesting pic for sure. What it is, I have no clue
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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:24 pm » by Windycity


I cant figure out how to post pics yet, sorry. But, I looked at aerial photos of three types of whales, and all of them look like this one. And, if you take away the whales wake, it looks just like, well, a whale.

I've already been called a debunker, and thats unfortunate. Im a realist, and always look at every angle before making up my mind. I've seen whales by air in California, Washington State and Alaska, and they all make a wake when they breach. This is what they look like. Sorry Im not playing into this. :nails:
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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:30 pm » by Slith


Why does it appear they have arms, appendages yet no distict tails? Curious. Not knocking you, just want to know.
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PostSun Sep 13, 2009 11:43 pm » by Thewatcher


Don't want to be a kill joy here but that google earth picture could easily be passed off as a speed boat..You only have to look at the lines in the water,the big ones right at the back in the middle could easily be where the motor is on the boat creating them lines ,and the more i look at it the more it looks like a speed boat of somekind..
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PostMon Sep 14, 2009 9:31 pm » by Windycity


Well, when a whale breaches the water, it leaves a wake just like the ones your seeing. If you look at aerial photos of a Blue whale. Grey Whale (or any whale) on Google, Yahoo, etc., you'll see the same thing! And, remember how distant this photo was taken, so the clarity is poor. I hope you'll take a moment to do that, then let me know what you think is all. I appreciate the question.
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