Based on the record that was created in year 2009. in Alaska, and which will be explored in detail in a documentary, some people conclude that Nessie has a brother.
In fact, so far unknown aquatic creature resembles on the legendary Loch Ness Monster. This American version of Nessie is now called Cadborosaurom, which actually means "reptile from Cadboro Bay '. Paul Leblond, a former chairman of the Department of Earth, and ocean research at the University of British Columbia, argues, that this is a descendant of an ancient species that has a long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes and a hump which protruding from the water.
This species remind him on a plesiosaur. Plesiosaur is a kind of carnivorous aquatic reptile, for which was thought that extinct before more than 60 million years.
Although this is not the first time that a mythical monster were seen in Alaska, this was first recorded case with high quality camera. This creature reportedly can be seen in some old photos and drawings, but Leblond explains that the footage that was filmed by fishermen is greatest evidence up to date, and with that agrees John Kirk, president of crypto zoo Club of British Columbia.
Both of them point out that on the footage was not recorded fish, because this kind of movement indicates on a reptile or a mammal. They find that this is not an eel or a whale, but what exactly it is they will try to establish with the collection of additional evidence materials.
Footage of unknown creture you can see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0sQZIEFI1I&feature=player_embedded