The locals call it Norevikane, and we have found something amazing there. This super specimen was found making its way into the new tunnel located nearby, possibly in attempt to reach Lavik. The large individual did seem rather deranged, so we at the Nordic Institute for Marine Abnormalities are issuing a warning for all traffic […]
Once again our team was surprised today; surprised to find such concentrated activity located within the tunnels of the town of Høyanger. Today’s results showed a unique hybrid of several creatures that had possibly mutated together. Cross breeding of rabbits, birds and fish, has never before been documented and will definitely be brought to the […]
Inside the two tunnels! With the headquarters of Fjord Monster research located in Høyanger, (Norwegian for “a Great place to be”), our researchers have always had the understanding that to observe Fjord Monsters, one had to travel beyond one of the two tunnels to the town. Today we were shocked to find that a large […]
After our last documented spotting of a near unbelievable Mermaid in the Sognefjord, our researchers were skeptical of anything that could compare. However, one question bothered the team, after close inspection of the photographs from the day. The Mermaid seemed to be attempting contact with something or rather someone in the area. Today our questions […]
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Beauty in its purest form. This lovely creature once described by H.C. Andersen, was finally documented by the N.I.M.A. researchers near Teigen. The lovely and stunning mermaid graced our team with a brief glimpse that touched all of us for life.
Camouflage plays an important part in the survival of many creatures in the wild. The ability to hide in ones surroundings gives creature the chance to more easily obtain food, find shelter and scavenge for nourishment. This Fjord Monster was spotted hiding in a sand castle in Vadheim. Notice the unique coloration of this monster […]
A gaggle of Fjord Monsters appeared to our team late in the day on a recognasance mission. We were looking for new locations when we observed this network of birds that moved together in unison. One could clearly see that there was a leader to the group which possibly orchestrated the movement and protection of […]
Predators come in all shapes and sizes, however this Fjord Monster shocked our team most by its over developed ability to use construct tools to solve its own predatory dilemmas. The ingenious use of a fishing rod baited with a cheeseburger, can only be an example of how intelligent some of the Fjord Monsters are.