Is Ogopogo a real animal or just a pigment of people's imagination?
There are many different views on if Ogopogo is a real lake monster. I take the belief that it is a real animal. Here are some of my reasons:
1.) Over 1,170 people say they have seen it.
2.) Recent films and sonar readings have somewhat proved that the creature is real.
3.) In the year 2000, Arlene Gaal, Mike Guzzi, and Masayuki Tamaki were watching the sonar screen onboard a boat when it showed a 30 foot long creature with bubbles rising from it. They were able to distinguish a small head, a body and tail, and appendages on it’s sides. Those people who saw it are very crebible. One witness (Arene Gaal) is the world's leading expert on Ogopogo.
4.) A recent color photograph was taken that shows a creature with a humped back and a long neck.
Could Ogopogo be linked to the basilosaurus?
Is there a possibility that other prehistoric animals could be in Lake Okanagan?
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There is a possibility that “prehistoric whales” might be living in Lake Okanagan. Several sightings mention a spray shooting up over a hump. However, the majority of the sightings say the creature has a long neck and a small head – the opposite of a whale. There might be several giant creatures living in Lake Okanagan, no one knows for sure yet.
Could there be a nothosaur in Okanagan Lake?
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It is very possible. Recently I have read that elephant-like foot prints have been found on shore and several witness say that they could see feet on the creature while saying that it looked like a reptile. This strongly indicates a marine reptile such as the nothosaur.
1.) Is there enough evidence to prove there IS an unknown animal in Okanagan Lake?
2.) How could Ogopogo be captured?
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1.) Yes, I believe there is enough evidence.
2.) Probably, but I don't think it wants to be captured.
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