One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A legendary serpent-like sea monster.
- ‘The sea serpent or its lake counterpart, the Loch Ness Monster, has long been part of oceanic folklore.’
- ‘Bigelow later published an article on what he believed was an immature specimen of the sea serpent.’
- ‘They jumped to the strip of land right before the demon sea serpent fell completely back into the water.’
- ‘The locals knew the ancient history of the sea serpent.’
- ‘As I was standing there, a great sea serpent, long and blue like the falls that shimmered brilliantly, slithered out of the water.’
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