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LOOKIN' FOR MONSTERS IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES
C. Laibly wrote:
> 1. No recent fossil record.
> 2. Small surviving population
> 3. Considered an "impossible" survivor until recently...
> I am inclined to think Nessie is mostly hype, yet there are
> undiscovered and unusual organisms out there. Architeuthis Dux, Komodo
> Dragon, Jurassic trees, Megamouth Shark! A vietnamese antelope with > nose
> slits along the muzzle! I think these images have alot to say > about
> keeping an open mind towards Craig's original questions. Though > I wouldn't
> go Nessie hunting tomorrow, I WOULD stare at deep sea > cameras
> searching for a 100ft squid, or search for the God bear in > Siberia.
What NO ONE who wants to believe in "Nessie" seems to realize is that if
"Nessie" were indeed a plesiosaur, IT'S AN AIR-BREATHING ANIMAL, NOT A
FISH! YOU'D BE ABLE TO SPOT THEM ON THE SURFACE EVERY TIME THEY CAME UP
FOR AIR! HOW HARD IS THAT?! Since there can't be less than a breeding
population (unless you want to believe the coincidence that they're just
now going extinct while we're looking for them), then it would seem to
me it'd be pretty easy.