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Proof positive // had to pin it again. again, it made me laugh right out loud.

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10 Crazy Confusing Traffic Signs

Gonna make one that looks like front of my house with the hydra coming over the top and put if at the end of my drive way

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Loch Ness monster is real: former Scottish police chief

The Loch Ness Monster (Scottish Gaelic Niseag) is a cryptid that is reputed to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.

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Day 26 – Busch Gardens

Day 26 – Busch Gardens | 365 Things to do Around Richmond Virginia

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Real Sea Monsters: 4 Ocean Creatures with Scary Looks

Giant Oarfish

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Photographer Captures The Beauty And Vulnerability Of Sharks

Frill Shark: Prehistoric in appearance, this living fossil a substantial head with 300 trident shaped teeth, it is named for its six frilled gills and lives in southeast Australia, southeast Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, West Africa, Chile and the Caribbean.

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Retro Style Travel Poster Series of Mythical Beasts

"Los Angeles graphic artist and web designer Fernando Reza (aka “Fro Reza“) has created a series of retro style travel poster designs that each display a different mythical beast and the destination that they call home. A limited edition (100 each) of signed and numbered prints are available to purchase from Fernando Reza’s online store." –


‘Loch Ness Monster’ sighting in Australia creates stir

‘Loch Ness Monster’ sighting in Australia creates a stir

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Is this the Loch Ness Monster? Sonar picture shows 'serpent-like creature' at bottom of mysterious loch

This image from 2011 shows a pair of humps which soon disappeared under the waves of Loch Ness

What is Cryptozoology. ever wanted to know more about cryptozoology? This is a good place to start:

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6 illustrations of monsters can teach us a valuable lesson about empathy.

sixpenceee: Monster illustrations by artist Teo Zirinis. In a hilarious and poignant set of illustrations he calls “Monster Issues,” he sets out to give us the answers and show us what it’s like to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes — no matter how slimy or smelly they might be. (Source)

Fauna Friends – Japanimals, fea­tures art­work by Alex Pearson, Julian Baker, Scott MacDonald and Andy Young

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'Loch Ness Monster' Spotted On Apple Maps

loch ness zoomed Apparently, it's been debunked!:

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