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"Ogopogo" skull found in Mexico ?
Posted on Tuesday, 12 September, 2006 |
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A Penticton man thinks pictures he took of a giant skull in a small-town museum in Mexico may solve a small part of the mystery surrounding Ogopogo.
Penticton Western News
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#1 Posted by
on 12 September, 2006, 19:13
Yeah, but why did the boat sink?
#2 Posted by
on 12 September, 2006, 19:21
Bizarre skull shape.
#3 Posted by
on 12 September, 2006, 19:25
On a small amount of research, it appears most Whale skulls look just like that. Practically identical.
#4 Posted by
on 12 September, 2006, 23:02
On a small amount of research, it appears most Whale skulls look just like that. Practically identical. i agree.. it has to be a whale, if it wasn't y would u let the body juss "drift" away..i would've kept the dam thing!
#5 Posted by
on 13 September, 2006, 0:01
yep it looks like a whale skull
#6 Posted by
on 13 September, 2006, 0:08
Thank you for the information on the whale skull. If I had only seen the picture I would not have had the faintest idea what animal that could have belonged to.
#7 Posted by
on 13 September, 2006, 13:18
No problem. Another mystery solved.
#8 Posted by
on 13 September, 2006, 14:04
I can understand why most people would think the skull would be assumed as a prehistoric or cryptic animal. I've never seen a whale skull or skeletal structure before either and I would have easily assumed something else. Sometimes, being naive really overthows logic.
#9 Posted by
on 13 September, 2006, 14:15
It's true that no one is at fault when they simply do not have the knowledge to identify such a thing. However, prehistoric sea beast wouldn't have been the first thing that would have entered my mind if i saw it on the beach. Ahh, logic. Enemy of mystery hunters everywhere.
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