Honey Monster Reports – Monday 4 January

Hi and welcome to another great Monsters in the Spotlight

Every Monday I look at some of the biggest scariest, hairiest lairyest monsters in history.  Apart from me I mean.

Today’s Monster in the Spotlight is…….  Sea Monsters!sea monsters

  • Sea monsters have been reported by sailors for centuries.
  • They come in many shapes and sizes, including sea dragons, sea serpents, or multi-armed beasts; they can be slimy or scaly, often spouting jets of water. Often they are thought to want to attack ships.
  • In the past many sailors thought they’d seen monsters but all they’d seen were giant squid, octopus or giant whales, perfectly harmless creatures who just looked a bit scary!
  • What a bunch of wimps getting all scared by a lovely wiggly Octopus – wouldn’t scare me – hee hee!
  • Other monsters aren’t so easy to explain – like the Loch Ness monster in Scotland or Morgawr in Cornwall – many people have seen these beasts, which are said to look more like dinosaurs than any normal sort of fish, but they’re good at stopping people from getting a proper look so the mystery about what they really are remains!

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