"Female Caddy" illustration by Tim Morris, reflecting the line of thinking that the Naden Harbor carcass and reports of elongate
'cadborosaurus' are based off of a form of marine mammal suggested to be named Cadborotherium. It is of course worth noting
that, as pointed out by Dale Drinnon, a majority of 'cadborosaurus' witnesses do not describe anything like this concept.
Over the past several months, I have been constructing and compiling comparative images which feature matters relating to unidentified marine animal reports. These have generally been posted in the Zombie Plesiosaur Society group as food for thought items, but I felt that it would be appropriate to reproduce some of these here. A majority of these comparisons deal with eyewitness sketches or images of alleged 'cadborosaurus': 'sea serpents' reportedly observed in Pacific waters from Monterey Bay in California to the rocky fjords of Alaska. These mystery animals are best known to supposedly inhabit the Cadboro Bay region of British Columbia, as it is this area to which they owe their locally-given name. The general description involves a horse, sheep, or camel-like head with large eyes, a long neck which is sometimes maned, a body which is either elongated with vertical coils or of a girth like that of a barrel, flippers located anteriorly and/or posteriorly, and a tail which is sometimes described as jagged or fluked. It is clear that there are multiple animals involved in these reports, with many likely being misidentified known species and some possibly being unknown (I generally tend to agree with the basics of Dale Drinnon's writing on this matter; it can be found here, here, and here). This will be another image-heavy article with brief explanatory text, as I have been very busy with my job and other activities.