So, Iceland has it's own version of  Scotland's Loch Ness Monster, and it's called Lagarfljotsormurinn. I know, no clue how to say it, but that doesn't really matter much. On Feb. 2, Hjortur Kjerulf captured something on video that, at first glance, appears very snakelike swimming in the cold water of the Icelandic lake.

"This Icelandic lake monster, which dates back to 1345, has been described as a pale, humped animal, about 50 feet long, sprouting whiskers on the head at the end of a 6-foot-long neck," Loren Coleman, director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine told The Huffington Post.

So, what do you think? Is this just a hoax?

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