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Ogopogo, Canada's "Nessie," found?

By T.K. Randall
July 16, 2009 · Comment icon 34 comments

Image Credit: Timothy O'Donnell
A 1.2 metre long carcass discovered along the shore of Okanagan Lake could be that of an unknown creature it has been claimed. Reports suggest the carcass is being stored in a freezer awaiting a DNA test.
A mysterious looking body found along the shore of Okanagan Lake might be the remains of the legendary Ogopogo, an expert says.Dan Poppoff found the 1.2-metre-long carcass last month while he was kayaking in the lake, close to Kelowna."

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Comment icon #25 Posted by wolemrock 15 years ago
and they can't even get a picture of it?
Comment icon #26 Posted by Samuronin 15 years ago
Where's the pic when you need them? lol
Comment icon #27 Posted by Postulant 15 years ago
I've never seen it!
Comment icon #28 Posted by BetterIfIStay09 15 years ago
I've never heard of this thing before I read this article. It'd be beyond sweet if it actually was something, but the odds of that being the case.............I'm pretty convinced it's nothing, but I suppose I'll be open minded and give it a two or three percent chance of being valid. But there's no picture. Back down to one percent. Loving that! XD
Comment icon #29 Posted by _Libby 15 years ago
As a friend says.. Pics or it didn't happen. A friend on /b/ by any chance?
Comment icon #30 Posted by stevemagegod 15 years ago
This sounds a lot like the bigfoot thing from georgia and keeping it in a freezer
Comment icon #31 Posted by Mac E 15 years ago
Funny! It would be completely useless with pictures as well. Scientific evidence is what is needed. Where are the DNA results?
Comment icon #32 Posted by digitalartist 15 years ago
A 3 1/2 foot Ogopogo. Somehow I thought it would be larger.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Vixinator 15 years ago
Like what's been said before. Probably nothing. Until the dna results are in and posted, I'm not convinced it's anything spectacular. If it was some new species, I'd be only mildly interested. Here I am, waiting for something bigger than 3 1/2 feet long.
Comment icon #34 Posted by PersonFromPorlock 15 years ago
A 3 1/2 foot Ogopogo. Somehow I thought it would be larger. Well, to be fair, 1.2 meters is nearly four feet. But I suspect that if it is Ogopogo and it's that small. the tourist business would be better served by losing the carcass.

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