Are there any sea serpent fossils?

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  1. SarahEllard Registered Member

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    Serpentine marine reptiles 200-500 feet long. Not referring to sea-snakes, the name ''sea serpent'' is a bit of a misnomer.. but I'm referring to the mythological dragons that live in the sea.
     
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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    No such fossils have ever been found.
     
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  5. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    cute dog
    keep it on a short leash around alligators & crocodiles

    crypto zoology (it is a rarely spoken of real science)

    there have been various comments by paleontologists & archeologists around large ancient sea creatures.

    problems start to mount when you add the name and noun "Dragon"

    generically a "Dragon" spits fire or venom

    there has been conclusive scientific theory to show the probable existence of an animal that can literally spit fire
    but there is limited fossil evidence to come anywhere near close to having any fossil show it as a reality.

    millions of years ago when earth was mostly water, the water would have been able to support very large creature
    and with massive bio mass as food source it could potentially support large predators.

    however
    there is conclusive scientific proof around laws of biological physics to show that such large creatures may not need to feed very often
    which would potentially exponentially increase their life span and survival capabilities(assuming they can breed safely)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komodo_dragon
    has a unique toxic lethal bacteria in its saliva
    once an animal is bitten the wound does not heal and the bacteria cripples the animals body over a week or so

    • why would a flying reptile need to spit fire ?

    i dont think it would but it would help if it was partially fire proof via maybe some type of skin type or scales during earths volcanic stages.

    • why would a marine based reptile need to spit fire ?
    i cant think of a good reason other than n an era where earth has massive bio-mass where toxic algae is common
    breathing fire may kill the toxic algae and turn lethal food in to species survival food
    "fire" in human historical language is very subjective"



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