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Ucaliptic Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Student Digital Artist
cool sea monsters! I love sea serpents and monsters on the old maps. Where do you get all the data?
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Randomosaur Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014
Ever heard of the Gourock Carcass? It was a carcass allegedly seen by Charles Rankin in Scotland in 1942. It was 27-28 feet long, had a long neck, a small flattened head with a muzzle, filled with large pointed teeth, laterally sited eyes, a rectangular tail (probably vertical in life), L-shaped flippers, no bones apart from the spine, and 6 inch bristles. The sharp tooth part appears to contradict the basking shark ID, so perhaps a great white shark or a close unknown relative.
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Professional General Artist
sounds about right :)
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Guyverman Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
I'm surprised that you have not drawn the Loch Ness monster.
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Professional General Artist
Mainly because the loch-ness monster has been thoroughly disproved, and most sightings of it are variously different, from snake-like shapes, humps, long-necks, or just wakes.
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Randomosaur Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
Just for fun, how about you draw it as an ancient submarine-like vehicle, with a wooden, robotic plesiosaur-like head and neck?
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014  Professional General Artist
that sounds interesting.
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alpharaptor6 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
have you heard of the kodiak dinosaur?
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Professional General Artist
I think so, that wooly ceratosaurus thing?
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alpharaptor6 Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
no, it was a plesiosaur/basilosaur that was sighted in alaska on 1969.

i dont know why they called it a dinosaur since it was plesiosaur - like.
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