Friday, August 05, 2005

Cryptozoology Update

Aftenposten (one of the big Norwegian dailies, which does not have an RSS feed, dammit; I thought the Scandinavians were supposed to be all wired and stuff!) reports that Selma, Lake Seljord's answer to Nessie, has been recorded on sonar.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 58-year-old is now training a new generation of cryptozoologists how to run an expedition to find unconfirmed animals by holding courses in Sweden.

I love it. What I want to know is, how do you know if he's really an expert or not?

"Well...I didn't catch the beastie. But I got closer than anyone else!"

(Nice that Selma seems to have a friend.)


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