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Deep sea creatures of the unknown.


- huge sea monster that's part octopus
and part crab. Also known as the
Giant Squid.

Loch Ness Monster
-a plesiosaur-like creature believed
to inhabit the deep-waters of
Loch Ness.



- a sea creature with the face
and upper body of a beautiful
young maiden while the lower
part of the body is a fish tail.
Lures sailors to destruction.

Sea Serpents
-monstrous creatures
that lurks in the deep
waters of the ocean.

Sea Serpent

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Anonymous mermaid 1 Feb 15 2013, 11:23 AM EST by Anonymous
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I am a monster expert so why do the mermaids lure sailors to destruction i thought that was the sirens job and the mermaids are good and siren are bad.
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Anonymous missing 0 Apr 6 2012, 12:16 AM EDT by Anonymous
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Yeah yeah we all get it they forgot a lot of things but if your angry about it then just edit this page. It doesn't take a lot to join this site
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Anonymous Of course I'm real you idiots 2 Mar 15 2012, 5:39 PM EDT by Anonymous
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I AM a mermaid and I swim along side the Loch Ness creature who is actually just a baby (very sweet child). He likes to play with my pet Sea Serpent. (He gets angry when people intrude on his territory) We're all just one big family :)
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