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The Phenomenon / Eds. J. M. Clarke, W. L. Wickramasinghe, A. G. Foote, D. A. Anders. – New York: Vintage Books, 1976. P. 309-310.
But was this bird, described in the same note from the Journal of Nova Scotia Mineralogy, a real-life form of marine reptile? The authors believe that although the shape of the shell is not so important in this case, any reptile remains that can unambiguously indicate the marine nature of the phenomenon should be able to uniquely identify
Here is what a supposedly existing marine reptile looks like in folklore texts:
It is a half-floating skeleton of a giant sea serpent that contains many vertebrate and mollusc fossils. Its total length is 32 m. It was found by a Scottish fisherman, its captain, as it should be, belonged to the noble Buchanan family.
Its captain was Roderick Buchan, a man without fear of danger or death. He, like the rest of the sailors, was firmly convinced that during the voyage he could meet a sea snake – especially in those places where there was a wake wave.
He was very excited when he witnessed the huge kite turning back to swim back. This was unusual, because usually the snakes did nothing and did not move. They often sailed through the clearing in ships.
One afternoon, one of the sailors found the skeleton of an animal on the boat. Buzan’s captain sent for them to the sea and found those who found