Is Alaska Home to Its Own Loch Ness Monster?
Is Alaska home to its own version of the Loss Ness Monster?
adj. grain·i·er, grain·i·est
1. Made of or resembling grain; granular.
2. Resembling the grain of wood.
3. Having a granular appearance due to the clumping of particles in the emulsion. , somewhat blurry (definitely not HD t.v.-quality) 2009 footage of a creature filmed by local fisherman will be aired on "Hillstranded" a new Discovery Channel special, on Tuesday July 26 at 10 pm EDT/PDT.
The creature is estimated at 20-feet to 30-feet in length. Crpytozoologists believe the creature is a Cadborosaurus, (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43801173/ns/technology_and_science-science/t/loch-ness-monster-like-beast-filmed-alaska/) msnbc.com reported Wednesday.
Cadborosaurus willsi Off the British Colombian coast of Cadboro Bay lives a monster, affectionately named Caddy or Cadborosaurus Willsi. It is described as a long, serpent like beast with flippers, hair on the neck, and a camel like head. It could be anywhere from 40 to 70 feet long in length. is an alleged sea serpent from the North Pacific and possibly from other regions. Accounts generally describe it as having a long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes, and back bumps that stick out of the water.
At least one science official is impressed by the Alaksa fisherman footage
"I am quite impressed with the video," Paul LeBlond, former head of the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of British Columbia Locations
The Vancouver campus is located at Point Grey, a twenty-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. It is near several beaches and has views of the North Shore mountains. The 7. , told Discovery News, (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43801173/ns/technology_and_science-science/t/loch-ness-monster-like-beast-filmed-alaska/) msnbc.com reported . "Although it was shot under rainy circumstances in a bouncy ship, it's very genuine."
Sightings of "Cadborosaurus" go back generations. In 1937, a supposed body of the animal was found in the stomach of a whale captured by the Naden Harbour whaling station in the Queen Charlotte Islands Queen Charlotte Islands, archipelago of several large and many small islands, off the coast of W British Columbia, Canada. The main islands are Graham and Moresby. Masset on Graham Island is the main settlement. , a British Columbia archipelago. A curator later concluded that samples brought to him belonged to a fetal baleen whale, (http://news.discovery.com/animals/sea-serpent-sighting-alaska-hillstranded-110718.html) news.discovery.com reported.