Lake Serpent
Genus: Serpens
Species: aquadulcis




Coloration: Brown or Grey
Range: Worldwide

The Lake Serpent (Serpens aquadulcis.) is yet another mystery. It can be spotted when it comes up to breathe air but the number of fakes often discredit it. The Loch Ness monster is a famous member of this species.


Description. Edit

They are 60 feet long and 15 to 20 feet high. The lake serpent is the most widespread of all beasts, although there is only ever one in any lake. Breeding is completely unknown and it is speculated that they must live longer than even the Chinese Lung dragons. They resemble plesiosaurs but have longer tails, sometimes spines on their backs, and flexible necks. Perhaps this body shape may be a result of convergent evolution.