Ashuaps is a North American version of the Loch Ness Monster that originated from Québec, Canada. It was believed to live in the Ashuapmushuan River which flows into Lac Saint-Jean, hence the beast’s name. It was described to be 10-60 feet in length, and its colour is deep blue or black.
This creature has been sighted since ancient times, but sightings have continued until present day. In 1978, Marcel Tardif and his wife saw a blackish animal, 50–60 feet long, off Scott Point. In the same day as above, something overturned a canoe paddled by Michel Verreault, his wife, and daughter.
Cryptids and Evolution A bird could hold the answer?
- It took almost fifty years to find the first mountain gorilla after the first lowland gorillas were found.
- It took over 60 years to capture the first live giant pandas after scientists actually believed the giant pandas existed.
- Since the modern era of “Bigfoot” research began in 1958, we really are just at the beginning of our searching for them.
- Porcupines and rodents eat the bones of dead animals. And most dying animals hide themselves in caves, and other quiet places when they feel close to death, so we wouldn’t find their bones.