SEA SERPENTS
Sea serpents are usually referred to as monstrous, flesh eating beasts. In old sailor stories, there have been many accounts of sea serpents attacking ships, or at least the sailors seeing the serpents. (Then, another possible explanation of all of these sailors seeing all of these serpents is that they've been out at sea for way too long and have started to go insane.) Take the first photo below for example. And the very last photo is a photo of an elusive (what is thought to be 200 ft.) sea serpent species known as
Megophias megophias, a cosmopolitan type. Cosmopolitan means: A being who is satisfied with it's home being anywhere. Sort of like a nomad. There have been many sightings of this Megophias megophias, but the best and most fit detailed description recorded is the last photo presented on this page. With over 30 classified species of sea serpents, they remain as one of the world's greatest and most elusive creatures. (If they do exist.)

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