I have often written that a cryptid may be a
prehistoric creature that has evolved and changed to cope with the modern world
and its pollution or a hybrid. Dog/fox hybrids are not unknown but more rare
are aquatic hybrids
The Wholphin, The Unlikely Hybrid Of Intermingling Cetaceans.
exceptionally rare, but the world has seen a number of cetacean hybrids.
"wholphin" is the nickname for a hybrid born as a result of some
unlikely canoodling between different species of cetacean, most often a
bottlenose dolphin and a false killer whale. However, this isn’t the only known
example of interspecies mingling that’s been documented among this infraorder
of animals. From the narluga to dolphin hybrids, a handful of examples of
cetacean hybridization have been documented in recent decades
birth of cetacean hybrids was especially surprising given the size difference
between the two parent species: common bottlenose dolphins are typically 2
meters (6.5 feet) long while a male false killer whale can be over 5 meters (16.4
feet) long. Evidently, the creation of this hybrid offspring must have required
some impressive physical feats.
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The size difference did not prevent mating and
therefore it is possible that some large lake monster mated with a smaller creature that then survived
the age of the dinosaurs and adapted to live in the modern world. Unlikely
perhaps but more plausible than a living plesiosaur .It could also be why lake
monsters are often not a recognizable creature but described as eels,snakes,
dinosaurs etc. Food for thought as we enter October and the winter means less
sightings are reported as people remain indoors.Please comment if you have any
thoughts on the subjcct.
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