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Re: The Water Horse
I think, if anything, it's based on Nessiteras
rhombopteryx, which is basically a murky splodge on a
photo that the authors of that description claim might
be the Loch Ness Monster.
AFAIK, no plesiosaur had horns, but just watch as I'm
--- Ian Paulsen <email@example.com> wrote:
> I was watching the trailer for: The Water Horse and
> was wondering if
> there was any species of real Plesiosaur that
> resembled the creature in
> the movie?
> Ian Paulsen
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