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Magikman

Move Over Nessie, NZ divers swim with plesiosaurs

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I'm on a bit of a 'sea monster' roll at the moment, w00t.gif here's an interesting if not highly questionable account of some divers encountering and videotaping several plesiosaurs in the Kaikoura Canyon off New Zealands southern island. A still picture is included with the link HERE ohmy.gifunsure.gif

Magikman cool.gif

* - Just curious, Kismit, is Kaikoura anywhere near where you live?

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cooolllll!!!!! go new zealand

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Nope Magik , I couldn't afford to live in Kiakora whistling.gif However Kiakora is the Whale spotting capitol of NZ .

Makes ya think don't it ....... huh.gif

Lola your a Kiwi ohmy.gif cool cool.gif

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As you can see with the picture, the plesiosaur has a faint line around it as if someone has gone and masked around it and then copied it to the picture.

The other object by it on the other hand does not have this feature.

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Yeah. It's not even very good fake, is it.

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I agree, it just looks like someone's simply pasted the image of the Plesiosaur into the picture with the diver.

Not very convincing.

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CoooooooL ... cool.gif

But it looks fake ... as a picture ... but as a video ... I really don't know ... unsure.gif

and ((Althalus)) that picture looks like a map ... lol ... laugh.gif

but it sure does look like the same creature on the video ...

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Nope Magik , I couldn't afford to live in Kiakora whistling.gif

Lola your a Kiwi ohmy.gif cool cool.gif

Hehe neither can I, and yep im a kiwi, Kiwi's rule! grin2.gif

its probably fake but you never know. ph34r.gif

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Turns out it was all a hoax, the divers confessed after someone found the source they used for their fake picture.

CLICK HERE

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man i was getting excited when i read the headline - i'm so disappointed i could do a better fake than that!

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Darn I thought it might have been a Map of the North Island ...

I thought I had finally worked out why Wellington is considered Windy ohmy.gif

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*sigh* why are all discoveries many many miles away.....why can't somebody discover something close to me, oye ve...

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hey kismit remember the north island is a fish and the south island is an upturned canoe ph34r.gif

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Wow Lola !! So Wellington is the Fishes Bum ...

No wonder thats were we keep all our polititians huh.gif

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I may move to New Zealand...user posted image

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Wow Lola !! So Wellington is the Fishes Bum ...

No wonder thats were we keep all our polititians huh.gif

i think welli is the fishes head and upper north is the fishes bum... either way. laugh.gif

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laugh.gif Lola . You can have the North Island anyway you want it . So long as John Banks ends up near the fishes Bum grin2.gif

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Im so sure huh.gif

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kismit do you work for the herlad ph34r.gif

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and i qoute " the herald is a forigen owned local rag......... it rubbishes everyone including me John Banks, the mayor of Auckland city" John Banks-channel 3 news

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