Post by Cryptosaurian on Mar 9, 2016 22:20:38 GMT -5
I agree with 4 out of 5 of those reasons Prothero put forth; the reason I disagree with number five is because people could also easily have misidentified something (like a creature-like log) and then later saw images of dinosaurs....and that could be partly how people think that "Nessie" could be a plesiosaur. I, for one, strongly diagree with that. Plesiosaurs need to have air because of their breathing systems and it realy is too cold for a plesiosaur type creature to exist in the loch. There MAY indeed be something in Loch Ness....but to be honest, I put it down as either an eel, log or misidentification. Just too many things going against this critter..... Next! (Now if you guy have anything contrary to what I said and why, I wish to know and am happy to be proven wrong).
"Whether or not the creature(s) exist, the stories certainly do."- Chad Arment
Cryptosaurian is a BCSCC Okanagan Field Researcher/Investigator & an aspiring author. He is currently on the the track of Ogopogo, "The Great Lake Mystery." He is now also investigating thunderbird sightings and enigmatic 'saurian' reports.