Sunday, February 17, 2008
A sewer monster in Denver?
Just in: It turns out that in a December in Denver, a sewer monster was caught on an underwater camera. It was caught on camera in the Crestview water system. "It seemed to be hiding from the water" said sewer worker Randy Ferguson. "It was like it was keeping its tentacles away from the water, too". The discovery was in a pipe near 76th and Pecos. Randy and his partner, Mike Parker asked the Colorado Division of Wildlife because in all of the 20 years they had worked they had never seen anything like it. The aquatic specialist that was trying to find out what it was finally confirmed that it was a Bryozoan. It was also confirmed that the species was 350 million years old. Bryozoans aren't harmful, but they could maybe cause us a problem by clogging up the pipes