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Cadborosaurus is a sea serpent in the folklore of regions of the Pacific Coast of North America. The Inuit of Alaska has even put the picture on their canoes to keep the creature away. The Cadborosaurus by the Manhousat people who live on Sydney Inlet, in Sechelt mythology, and by the Comox band of Vancouver Island.
Cadborosaurus is said by witnesses to resemble a serpent with vertical coils or humps in tandem, hair on the neck, behind a camel-like head and long neck, with a pair of small elevating front flippers, and either a pair of hind flippers, or a pair of large webbed hind flippers fused to form a large fan-like tail region that provides forward propulsion. It could be anywhere from 20 to 40 meter long in length. There have been more than 300 claimed sightings during the past 80 years.
The descriptions place Cadborosaurus as some sort of a mammal, long, slender, and with a bifurcated tail. This suggests that it is a Basilosaurus, an ancient whale thought to be extinct. The only problem is that the head of the creature is described as a camel’s or a horse’s, while a Basilosaurus head is more like that of a snake’s. Basilosaurus is a genus of large, predatory, prehistoric archaeocete whale from the late Eocene, approximately 41.3 to 33.9 million years ago. First described in 1834, it was the first archaeocete and prehistoric whale known to science.
The giant oarfish is a species of oarfish of the family Regalecidae. It is an oceanodromous species with a worldwide distribution, excluding polar regions. Giant oarfish is the world’s longest bony fish. Its shape is ribbon-like, narrow laterally, with a dorsal fin along its entire length, stubby pectoral fins, and long, oar-shaped pelvic fins, from which its common name is derived. There have been suggestions that Cadborosaurus could be an example of the giant oarfish. This species can reach 20 meter in length and weigh up to 300 kg, some think the red fin on the head and back of the giant oarfish resembles a camel head with mane.
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