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Why Is It That To Date Not A Single Carcass Or Fossil Of A Sea Dragon Has Ever Been Found?


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They cannot be deep dwellers as they are cold blooded (reptiles) and need to come up for air. People say they are between 50 to 500 feet long, and there is a breeding population of such dragons in every lake in the US (or so it seems).  At  Seneca Lake, these sea dragons are under wildlife protection, no I am not making this up

 

 http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?http://www.fltimes.com/news/article_d9a6f198-0b85-11e5-b511-1be208771e3d.html

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They cannot be deep dwellers as they are cold blooded (reptiles) and need to come up for air. People say they are between 50 to 500 feet long, and there is a breeding population of such dragons in every lake in the US (or so it seems).  At  Seneca Lake, these sea dragons are under wildlife protection, no I am not making this up

 

 http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?http://www.fltimes.com/news/article_d9a6f198-0b85-11e5-b511-1be208771e3d.html

 

 

Probably because they don't exist.. 

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At Seneca Lake, these sea dragons are under wildlife protection, no I am not making this up

Lisa, there are no laws protecting sea dragons, lake monsters, or other legendary creatures like yetis or leprechauns, because they’re imaginary, not real.

 

I think you misread the Finger Lake Times article you linked to. It begins:

GENEVA — Is there a Loch Ness-type sea creature lurking in the depths of Seneca Lake?

 

The founder and organizer of Geneva Night Out isn’t going that far, although he made a tongue-in-cheek appeal to City Council Wednesday to pass an ordinance protecting any mythical sea creatures in the lake.

An organizer of a “night out” street party is using a local legendary monster as its theme. He’s joking, and inviting a city council to participate in the joke.

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