Sea Monsters

The move has been criticized as an obvious stunt to draw cryptotourism to Iceland. According to Slate, the decision entitles
A university researcher in Canada claims he knows the identity of a mysterious sea creature that was recovered by a fishing boat in the Arctic Ocean.
The knifenose chimaera is a member of the family Rhinochimaeridae, which stems from the Greek words for "nose" and "monster
The fracturing patterns and fibers matched. McMenamin thinks he has the beak of an elusive Triassic kraken. This hypothesis
Ancient sea lizards The findings suggest creatures relied on just a few types of bodies to swim quickly and easily through
Do you think the Lough Foyle "monster" is a whale? A farce? A prehistoric creature from the deep? Take our poll and let us
The evolutionary history of mosasaurs suggested by these new findings is remarkably similar to that of whales and dolphins
Is it some primordial instinct left over from a time when we had fins or is it merely a rational response to toothy shadows that enjoy snacking on human beings? We have been fascinated by - and terrified of - sea monsters since the dawn of time.
2012-01-06-Screenshot20120106at12.07.03PM.jpgWhat if prehistoric sea monsters were still very much alive, only trapped behind naturally occurring cold-water barriers?
Everyone knows about the Loch Ness Monster -- but what about the strange beast allegedly spotted in Italy's Lake Como? Three
The ferocious predator, which is called a pliosaur, terrorised the oceans 150 million years ago. The skull is 2.4m long, and
If there is a Loch Ness monster, she's feeling pretty good about herself right now. Robert H. Rines, the man who came closer than anyone to proving the existence of the fabled serpent, died last week at 87.
Scientists have determined that an Arctic "sea monster" that they're calling "Predator X" was really, really horrifying. Scientifically