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Manipogo is a serpentlike lake monster rumored to live in Lake Manitoba. Sightings of the water beast have been reported since 1908. Some folks believe it’s a very large lake sturgeon or a leftover plesiosaur. Reports peg the monster at 12 feet to 50 feet long, brown, and humpy. Researchers have delved into the lake looking for carcasses or other evidence of Manipogo’s existence, but nothing has been found. Manipogo was featured on the TV show Northern Mysteries.

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Geographic Information

Lake Manitoba
MB, Canada

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50.626293, -98.3987593
Division No. 18
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Saint-laurent, MB (24.5 mi.)
Mulvihill, MB (25.3 mi.)
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  1. I swear on my life that this is what I seen Saturday night at 2am in Minnedosa lake was anywhere between15-20 feet long swimming like a water snake would thing was so big my girlfriend for scared And ran to the road cause she couldn’t believe her eyes this is so cool

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