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2003 Declared 'Summer of the Lake Monsters'

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news iconYou've heard of the "Summer of Love" but this summer was the "Summer Of The Lake Monsters.

" That's how cryptozoologists are referring to the Summer of 2003 thanks to the large number of lake monster sightings in places like Loch Ness in Scotland, Lake Champlain in Vermont and also China and Sweden.

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snuffypuffer
None of the creatures were captured, but Coleman says scientists still learned some important details. For instance, he says while most folks call them "sea serpents," lake monsters are actually mammals and "closer to seals than eels."

And how did they find this out?

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Lionel
None of the creatures were captured, but Coleman says scientists still learned some important details. For instance, he says while most folks call them "sea serpents," lake monsters are actually mammals and "closer to seals than eels."

And how did they find this out?

Using scientific methods.

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snuffypuffer

But if they're cryptids, there's no solid proof that they exist at all, so this is just conjecture, basically, right?

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Lionel

Yes it is, I think they have based most of their findings on eyewitness reports.

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fletch

The article says that there has been an increase in eye-witness accounts.. has it generated any photos/video of these creatures... i think there are few if any decent images of these creatures (which is a shame).

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