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An untouched frame from the video of one of the
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animals with its head and a curved portion of its body above the water

After adjusting the contrast darker
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the head and curved body can be seen

After enlargement the head and curved body
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can be seen even better

Another untouched frame from the video showing
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the same animal forming an arch above the water

After adjusting the contrast darker
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a single arch can be seen above the water

After enlargment the single arch
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can be seen even better

a still from our video before looping movement
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Doesn't look like birds flying in formation!

The same frame with the contrast adjusted darker
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It looks like one continuous object to us!

another frame showing the 1st animal swimming
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before it makes the looping turn

seconds later the animal makes a looping turn
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notice a second looping animal on the extreme left

2nd animal on the left making a looping turn
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Does that look like a bird?

Another view of the left loop a few frames later
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It still doesn't look like birds to us!

When the contrast is adjusted darker it looks less
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and less like birds and more like a serpent!

The animal makes a 90 degree turn
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Can birds swimming or flying in a straight line formation do that?

a 3rd animal was swimming behind the other two
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Does that look like birds flying in formation?

The same frame with the contrast darkened
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Looks like one continuous object to us!

Near the end of the video one of the animals lifts
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its head and neck several feet out of the water

This is the original untouched 2/25/87 photo
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of the head and upper portion of the animal's body near the buoy

This is an enlargment of the same 2/25/87 photo
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with the contrast darkened showing the head and upper portion of the animal's body

 

The same photo with a blue filter adjustment and
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enlarged with the buoy visible behind and to the right of the animal

John Morgan III's final enlargement & enhancement
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He outlined humps behind the head and upper portion of the animal's body

John Morgan III's final below water enhancement
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outlining the upper portion of the animal's body as it goes under the water

First 2/25/87 photo taken through car front
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windshield enlarged and contrast darkened showing baby's head in lower right hand corner

 

The original untouched 12/26/86 third photo with
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a rectangle drawn around the head and arch

An enlargment of the 3rd photo taken on 12/26/86
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with the color adjusted showing the head and an arch behind it

The 12/25/85 third photo enlarged even more which
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shows the square snout above the water and the curved line of the top of the arch

Mixtec-Aztec Tourquoise Serpent Breastplate
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This is how the animal we have seen was able to fold its upper body behind its head

Tisa Walden's sketch of what she saw in 1985
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The animal was stationary in the water but moved its head back and forth

 

 

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