This section provides a fairly comprehensive list of all freshwater bodies (lakes, rivers, streams, swamps) in which a large aquatic or amphibious unknown animal is said to have been seen, either in recent times or long ago. A total of 884 monster-infested bodies of water are included; the high percentages of those in Europe (30 percent) and North America (41 percent) are most likely attributable to Western-language bias, especially English. Brief descriptions or examples of sightings are given when known, along with as primary a source as could be located. Cryptids that are covered in the A—Z section of this encyclopedia are given a "see. . ." reference (for example, Lake Champlain. See Champ). Entries are not restricted to the familiar Loch Ness—type animals; anything large and mysterious has been included.
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