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Ah cool, I see. Thanks for clearing that up :grin: I do like the idea of a zeuglodon as candidates for sea "serpents" and have done since reading baout it several years ago in an Unexplained book. It described one sighting of a stranding in Africa (if memory serves), where it was hacked up, and described as having "beef-red flesh". I will look out the book if folks are interested, but it may mean extensive raking
i think yety's migrate
wote if arcis are lice caterpiler's [thave never been seen alive]
Have you anything to back up this statement Snaknap?
Sorry, I don't understand this.
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