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|Malaysia, river sharks Male Sea Serpents Malmesbury, James, third Earl |
Mambamlo, David Mammals Manatees Maners ... Thomas Man-made lakes
Mansi, Anthony Mansi, Sandra Manta rays Many-finned Sea Monsters Many-
humped Sea ...
|Twenty-nine years and many more sightings later, the sea-serpent again ran into |
trouble with Owen. ... sea-serpent types: the long-necked, the merhorse, the
many-humped, the manyfinned, the super-otter, the super-eel, the marine saurian
|In his classic study of the subject, In the Wake of the Sea-Serpents, Heuvelmans |
came up with 587 reported sightings of sea ... Their "convenient, informal" names
are: Long- Necked, Merhorse, Many-Humped, Many-Finned, Super- Otter, ...
|The crew of the ship Livingston sighted a sea serpent 50 miles north of Frontera, |
Tabasco State, Mexico, on June 21, 1908. ... Variant names: Ælian's sea
centipede, Cetacean centipede, Con Rít, Many-finned sea monster, Tomp
|There is little doubt that witnesses have seen a real, possibly mammalian, sea |
creature. ... Heuvelmans documented seven types of sea serpents: long-necked,
merhorse, many- humped, many-finned, super-otter, super-eel and marine
|On May 31, 1982, a video was taken of an apparent Sea Serpent, estimated to be |
thirty to thirty-five feet long but only a foot in diameter, in Chesapeake Bay. ...
Among the cetaceans were "many-humped," "many-finned," and "super-otter.
|Dr. Heuvelmans' book, In the Wake of the Sea-Serpents, published in 1968, was |
the result of ten years' painstaking ... super-eel, limbless serpent-like animal,
probably a fish; marine saurian, a primitive sea-going crocodile; many-finned ...
|In 1963 French zoologist Bernard Heuvelmans wrote a classic book, In the Wake |
of the Sea Serpents, that attempted to ... into nine categories: long-necked,
merhorse, many- humped, super-otters, many-finned, super-eels, marine
|Elkanah Finney focused a telescope on a sea serpent in Cape Cod Bay: “I then |
had a good view of him through my glass, at the ... and twenty feet long.”
Classification: Cetacean (whale, porpoise, or dolphin). Range: North Atlantic.
|While Oudemans tried to attribute all sea serpent sightings to a single long-|
necked mammal, Heuvelmans does the ... But he sticks by the other seven: the
long- necked sea serpent, the many-humped sea serpent, the many- finned sea