There have been thousands of sightings over the last few hundred years, but no bodies, harpoonings, fossils etc. however the megamouth shark was only discovered in 1975. there have been only 50 or so confirmed sightings of the shark, and only a few carcasses have been found washed ashore. (It is so rare, Wikipedia lists its conservation status as ''data deficient'' ) . These people describe the same thing.. which is this: Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Stegosaurus-like head sticking out the water (ruling out any oarfish) undulating humps (no other reptile undulates vertically) described to be 100+ long. So what are your thoughts on this controversial cryptid?