With the emerging of the reckless Quabos, a sea-serpent appeared from above and snapped up three of their number.
The sailors with one accord agreed that it was the work of a sea-serpent.
He noted the sea-serpent in his journal, but with this doubt, "Semble—more like a very large eel."
Well, it do seem likely,” said Tom; “but I never could swallow the sea-serpent.
Only, it was caught in the act of floundering, like an excellent candid shot of a sea-serpent floundering in snow.
Take, for instance, the wide-spread legend of the sea-serpent.
I believe something has killed the sea-serpent at the bottom of the sea and this is its ghost!
I have little doubt of the identity of the sea-serpent with the sea-dragon of the Chinese.
Besides the monsters of the land and air there were, of course, medival varieties of the sea-serpent.
"I was expecting that," interrupted the sea-serpent, bitterly.