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Sea serpents are a kind of sea monster either wholly or partly serpentine. Sightings have been reported for hundreds of years, and recent work by Bruce Champagne indicates that there have been 1200 or more all told. Sea serpents have been seen from both ship and shore, and by multiple persons at once, groups that sometimes count scientists among their number.
The most famous sea serpent sighting is probably that made by the men and officers of HMS Daedalus in August, 1848 during a voyage to Saint Helena in the South Atlantic; the creature they saw, some 60 feet long, held a peculiar maned head above the water.
the placemark here indicate the exact place of this sighting : 24°44'S 9°22'W