Footage of a 20- to 30-foot long sea creature caught on tape by fishermen suggest we have an Alaska bonafide marine-creature mystery for cryptozoologists.

The black and white footage from 2009 is by no means definitive. It is taken on a rainy day with a shaky camera, which make it all the more confounding. But you can check out the testimony of people who say they witnessed the creature's appearance in the video above.

The creature has been labeled a "Cadborosaurus willsi," which means "reptile" or "lizard" from Cadboro Bay, British Columbia, where it was originally spotted centuries ago. Called "Caddy" for short, it has a "long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes, and back bumps that stick out of the water," according to a report on MSNBC.

Though the tape captures the most recent sighting, tales of beholding the creature in the North Pacific have circulated for 200 years. In 1937, scientists thought they might have uncovered physical evidence when what was thought to be a sea serpent was found inside the stomach of a whale. Still, the creature is classified as part of Cryptozoology, i.e., a creature not formally recognized by the scientific community. One true believer today is Andy Hillstrand, a veteran of the reality-TV show "Deadliest Catch," who tracks the creature in his new show, "Hillstranded." The seaman reports that he saw "a big, long white thing moving in the water. We chased it for about 20 minutes. Spray came out of its head. It was definitely not a shark…I've never seen anything like it before."

A huge lizard which was first spotted centuries ago in the British Columbia. The extraordinary animal is reported to have a horse-like head, huge black eyes and bumps on its back that stick out of the water.

A deeper inquest in the matter of a large sea monster reveals that sightings of this beholding water creature date back to 200 year ago, but physical evidence of this animal was reportedly found in the stomach contents of a captured wale way back in 1937. Nevertheless, till some real tangible evidence is found, that proves the existence of this sea monster, the odd sea serpent will still be classified as a Cryptozoology member, that means that it will remain a creature who’s existence is not recognized by scientists


    Every year Chinese come by the tens of thousands, including skeptical scientists, to investigate the mysterious "Kanasi Huguai," communism's version of the Loch Ness monster.

    2005 marks the 20th anniversary of the first sighting of this oriental creature. Communists have always been skeptical of psychic phenomena and cryptozoological creatures, dismissing them as superstition, an offense to communist dogma.