On the 24. of March, the Nordic Institute for Marine Abnormalities(NIMA), held a special seminar on Fjord Monsters, in collaboration with the Høyanger Cultural School and the musical talents of Jason Burn. The Seminar provided many interesting details about Fjord Monsters as well as the culmination of several years research on Fjord Monsters. The team […]
Our team is proud to announce that today we received our new dive helmet which increase our previous dive depth maximum. We are looking forward to our next season, as well as sharing more developments with you shortly. Stay classy!
Missing Have you seen me? Our pet crab, Mr. Tickles, ran away from our research center last Monday and is missing. Mr. Tickles is a brown crab who is rather large and intimidating, but very sweet all the same. He does not respond when called, however if you spot him in the vicinity, please contact […]
Fjord Monster research for the last 3 years has conducted a methodical exploration of the Sognefjord region from Lavik to Balestrand. With the NIMA’s offices located in Høyanger, our team started its research in Berge and continued to Lavik, and now has proceeded from Høyanger to Balestrand, with a final destination of Sogndal. This 140 […]
Yet another stunning day for Fjord Monster research concluded in our find of this glorious specimen, a Sea Lilly. Sea Lilly’s or Crinoids exist in shallow waters as well as depths in as much as 9000 meters. This example that we found near Balestrand was just fantastic in size, possessing the grace that we have […]
Many people have wondered why more confirmed evidence of Fjord Monsters has not been shared to the Associated Press. The response that we at NIMA offer to our followers is that Fjord Monsters can be extremely difficult to spot, often the only sign that one has found a Fjord Monster is characterized by their unique […]
Today was a strange day which baffled many of our researchers. A large cod fish Fjord Monster was spotted at a significant depth and our team was quick on the scene to document him. In Lofoten the tradition of large cod fish over 30 kilo grams in size has long awarded the fisherman who catches […]
There is safety in numbers they say. Today there was an interesting phenomenon that our team witnessed while exploring Lånefjord. Many creatures and fish especially, have found unique defense mechanisms to protect themselves in the event of danger. What we thought was a small porbeagle shark, turned out to be something all together different. It […]
Can Fjord Monsters actually exist in plants? This observation today made us question our thoughts….