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 No.438

Are mermaid sightings more common in Summer?

 No.439

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If you take into account that the water is warmer during Summer, and that more people are out on cruises and vacations or boating during this time, I'd say it's much more likely that someone would spot a mermaid this season compared to the last.

 No.441

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I think the closest thing to mermaids would have to be dolphins. As far as sightings go, there doesn't appear to be any correlation between the percentage of dolphin sightings and time of year. That said, it is likely true that the volume of sightings is related to time of year, but the over all commonality of sightings is variable and not related to season.

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>>441
I've heard manatees are possibly what sailors mistook for mermaids in the past. They definitely have the lower body for it and they're slow and hang out near the surface.
Women sure were ugly back then, though...

 No.464

>>463
Well, when it's late at night and you're dunk and seasick.....

 No.465

Big foot and mermaids are holding a party in Loch Ness




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