Sea serpents found 2020

Let start with an apology for any noises you
can hear there is construction work taking place, Sea serpents, lake monsters and other
aquatic cryptids are creatures that often earn a spot here on the channel. This past month has seen a rash of stories
about strange animals washing up on beaches and being seen by confused witnesses. Is there a reason behind the increase, is
what beach combers are finding, really cryptozoological specimens. Just which cryptids are said to have been
found? Let’s take a look. Welcome to if ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
The first report comes from Argentina and is from a lake where an unfortunate British
tourist lost his life. The lake monster is known as Nahuelito
and is said to be an animal which many compare to the legend that is Nessie, described as
a giant serpent or a huge hump backed water dwelling creature, as well as the old analogy
of a plesiosaur. Nahuelito has been shown through photos captured
of a hump, or a serpentine body breaking the surface of the water. Could the tourist’s death be linked to the
animal? A recent video came to light showing the moment
a gigantic creature in Nahuel Huapi(narwell huwhalhapi) Lake surfaced and had many asking
what it was and if was dangerous. Many were concerned and pointed to the story
of a British tourist who was trying to cross Nahuel Huapi Lake in a kayak when he got into
trouble. The body of the 34-year-old man was discovered
some 20 miles away from where he was last seen. Local authorities had reportedly closed the
lake because of weather conditions. These bad conditions being the official reason
to the man’s drowning but could he have had a run in one with the cryptid. It reminds me of the case I reported on the
US, when a group went diving on a wreck in bad weather and saw a creature that is said
to be extinct, more on that linked above. In The footage a snake-like creature is seen
and this has led to the inevitable comparisons with the Loch Ness monster. Witnesses were stunned by their spotting of
the creature, which still remains unidentified, many pointed out, how what was seen in the
Argentinian lake was a lot like what was seen back In September 2019 in China. The Chinese river creature was caught on camera
three times in a single week, seen moving up the Yangtze River. People saw a small animal about a metre-long
and black in coloration slithering its way through the waters of the river Yangtze. The creatures in both videos are very long
and dark, and have drawn conclusions that they could be the same type of animal and
that possibly it was the same beastie as is seen in the loch ness, Loch ness being the
location near to where the remains of another animal washed up but more on that later. As for the Chinese lake monster it ended up
being a large section of rubber sheet, sadly not a new aquatic species. Now let’s look at a Mysterious eyeless creature
which washed up on the beach from ‘Monkey Island’
Local lady Erika Constantine, 25, was out walking with her dog in the area of Melton
Peter Demetre Park, very close to the US city of Charleston, South Carolina. During her walk she and her canine companion
stumbled the remains of a strange creature she took a few photos of it posting them online
and starting a furious debate as to what she had found. The aquatic beast had no eyes, large sharp
teeth and a body shape that can only be described as very odd and around the size of a small
dog. The Photos taken by Erika Constantine show
an animal that has been almost reduced to bone, speaking about her find the women said
“I take my dog, River, there very frequently, we were just strolling and she went up to
it. I saw her picking at something with her nose
and that’s what made me walk over there because she only does that if something is
dead, or if something interesting to her is over there. “I honestly did not know what it was. “It was the size of a small dog but the
structure of the whole thing suggests it’s definitely not a dog. “I have lived here for about five years
and I have never come across something like this.” After posting the pictures online she hoped
that someone out there in cyberspace could provide an answer to the identity of the animal
she had found, it seemed there was no shortage of theories but as yet no definitive answer. “I thought somebody would be like, ‘oh,
it’s like a seal’ and then I would go about my day but it stumped a lot of people,”
she said. “There are so many theories as to what it
is – the cops said it was a possum, it’s definitely not a possum. People were saying it’s a dog, people were
saying it’s an iguana. “Somebody said it was a bobcat which was
interesting because they do have similar ribcages.” Reading online comments Some went as far to
identify the creature as another cryptid the chupacabra, in a final act of desperation
she sent her pictures to a professor at the College of Charleston thinking that they would
have the answer to identity of the mystery creature, she is eagerly waiting for their
response. In the meantime Miss Costantine has her own
thoughts, she thinks the creature might be from a secret island overrun by monkeys nearly
40 miles away.she explains: “It’s technically called Morgan Island
but its nicknamed Monkey Island, It’s not inhabited by humans, its all monkeys. That’s where all the monkeys that the government
tested on live. “I think one of the monkeys from Monkey
Island unfortunately might have got swept up in a current, the rip tide or whatever
and then it made its way to Charleston. “It wouldn’t really be the first time,
my friend actually found a monkey fossil on the beach a while back, so I think it just
kinda got washed up here .“Whenever I go to the beach, I always keep
my eyes peeled for something cool because you never know what’s going to wash up.” So this animal was something very different
to what was seen in Argentina and china and was not similar to the beast of Scottish folklore. Speaking of Nessie in another recent story
experts said that The creatures behind repeated sightings of the fabled Monster may be giant
eels, a large eel species could also match with the two sightings I mentioned but if
eels are the answer what could explain the skeletal remains found recently in Scotland
that many have said are the bones and decomposing flesh of the monster or an animal of the same
species? Again a Dog walker, it seems walking the dog
is a great way to find cryptid specimens, stumbles across what looks like skeletal remains
washed up on the shore of Loch Ness. The remains that were found were a detailed
skeletal frame and skull as well as internal organs. This when a twist to the story is disappointedly
introduced! The remains are believed to be part of a hoax
being filmed for an upcoming television series. The gory carcass appeared to be very real
even being cordoned off by police tape. However the lifelike skeleton frame and organs
of the legendary beast, complete with sharp-toothed skull was nothing more than a very good prop. The images were posted on Facebook by animal
charity Help2Rehome Scotland – who asked the public whether they believed the remains were
the real deal. Responses were split between the serious Nessie
fans and those who saw it as a bit of fun. For me its stuff like this that detracts from
the field of cryptozoology, when people see stories like this they tend to default to
them when more evidence is presented for a mystery animal. One example could be the very weird creature
that was found on a Mexican beach. A group of beachgoers in Mexico, this time
no dogs present or not any we know about, were shocked when they came across the body
a bizarre eye-less sea creature. The cryptid creature was found washed up on
the Pacific coast beach of Destiladeras close to the popular tourist destination of Puerto
Vallarta. On first seeing the remains the group believed
it to be a dolphin, but this idea was over turned when they got a closer look at the
creature. The porpoise looking animal had no eyes, nor
any fins, and sported a rather long body a serpentine head filled with needle like teeth. Many who have seen the animal say that since
there are areas off of the coast of Puerto Vallarta that reach depths of around 3,200
feet, perhaps the creature comes from in a part of the ocean that is so dark it didn’t
need to evolve any eyes. Could this be a new eel species that maybe
lives in both salt and fresh water and would offer an explanation to some river lake and
sea serpent sightings? As of yet, no marine biology experts have
stepped forward to identify the beast and area fishermen say that they’ve never seen
anything like it. As such, the true nature of the creature is
unknown at this time. What do you think these creatures were, do
hoaxes like the fake Nessie detract from cases that deserve more serious investigation? Let me know your thoughts in the comments
below. As always……………………………..

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  • Okay, we Missed Sunday so if you guys fancy a chat I will do it tomorrow at a little later time. Please remember to hit the reminder button and invite a friend. I look forward to catching up with you as I really missed you on Sunday.

    See you soon


  • Why is this a premier? As if it's something special?

  • I already gave you a like..👍
    And as you know I'll be here so late as usual..🙄😒😁
    Thank you in advance..😊👌💖

  • Biggest youtube penis award goes to we are uf for tackling the sea monster truth agenda. Team sea monsters are real!

  • Should be able to make it if I don’t forget or the YT gods stop me from commenting. 👍

  • There are over an dozen Scottish lakes or rather lochs as they are called in Scotland with it is said to have monsters the myth goes back an long way…however it would appear it's no legend and the so-called lakes may have been opened to the sea when global sea levels where much higher…this has led to assumptions the lake monsters are similar to today's amphibious creatures and the creatures habitations in the loch once open to the sea have since demised as the terrain no longer suits there ocean habitats…it is presumend by some that the monsters where not unlike today's giant turtles that migrate from open aquatic sea waters to bury there eggs in the soft sand of beaches until it hatches and then the infant makes its way out to open water to live out its days…now this hypothesis and subsequent lowering of sea levels and the gradual extinction of large post jurassic creatures may account for the many Scottish sea serpent legends which those images in the film mostly derive from…in fact the last known legends of sea serpents are mostly northen Atlantic sightings with places like Greenland Iceland Scotland and Canada at the top of list…i have film on my channel called "the sea serpents of scotland" it gives an list of the lochs or lakes please feel free to check it out…

  • Love this one, top work.

  • The last one is a Moray eel. It Eyes is the First thing to decomposed or sink back . It’s just a bad photo of it . Thank you IF .

  • Good morning

  • I really do hate the hoaxes. People don't take it seriously when idiots set up hoaxes. You did a superb job on this video as you always do. I wonder why scientists won't examine these specimens. It makes me think that they are hiding something. Thanks for another great video IF. ☺️🌹💖

  • Champ, Ogopogo, Lock Mess Monster, Philippine's Sea Dinosaurs🐉🐲

  • Nahuelito sounds like my "abuelito".. Abuelito means grandpa..😁
    Interesting video.. Who knows if these unknown sea creatures are still living under water or some of them are made from science and when they fail in their experiments they discard these types of animals in the water..
    Thank you for sharing as always..💖

  • That Nessie one, oof.

  • Excellent stuff, IF. Always fascinated by these Sea serpent videos. Interesting to know that we know so much more about outer space than we do our own oceans. Hard to say what might be lingering beneath those waves. Maybe one day we'll find out–or maybe we're not meant to know. Sorry I missed the premiere. Been a bit beneath the weather as of late but I'll do my best to be at the next one. Great stuff, dude. Going to share this in the VF forum.

  • So .. Not a single "sea serpent" was found in 2020 .. january februray … nothing ! A super boring video about absolutely nothing ! Well done :-/

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