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Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Morgawr Photos

Scott Mardis posted this interesting comparison of a Cryptoclidus skeletal head and neck with a photograph of Morgawr, the Cornish Sea serpent. The pose is once again like the Surgeon's Photo and the dimensions as given for the Plesiosaur are a probable good match for some estimates of the object in that photo (the head and neck would also be more vertical if the animal had a steeper angle of approach when surfacing)

While the photo above is not very clear, the "Mary F" photos of Morgawr are very suggestive and seem to show the humps on the back in the act of changing shape (Presumably through muscular action) In this case the creature is high enough out of the water that it must actually be touching bottom and it is aground.

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