Posted on December 24, 2020 3:38 pm
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For 15 minutes in the mid-1990s Migo the Lake Monster of New Guinea, a huge, roiling razor-toothed resident of a volcanic caldera, became internationally famous when its bobbing humps were caught on film by a Japanese documentary crew. Now, Karl Shuker has cataloged the known brushes with the Migo on its home island of New Britain, revealing the shifting scientific consensus on the aquatic beast’s identity from living dinosaur to