There was once in the news a sensational finding of some huge blob that just came up from the ocean in Tasmania and was beached. Noone, no scientist even had ever seen anything like it and it weighed about a ton I believe. They unkindly I think cut a chunk out of it to be analyzed and more than that I cannot recall what the documentary said. I mean it was huge and it was something. We cannot believe that we know of everything in the deeps.
LeeLee, I think I know what you are talking about, and if it's the same incident that I heard of, it was the insides of a whale. The very fact that the giant squid was thought to be a monster of myth and legend, sprung from the ignorance and superstition of sailors from the past thousand years, and then was discovered to be real, though a little smaller than what legend painted it to be, shows that we don't know everything that is to be known. Space is called the last frontier, though the ocean hasn't even been fully explored. There could be things in the ocean that we do not know about, and given the vast expanse and depth of it, in all probability there are creatures that we haven't found to exist, or haven't even heard anything about.
Concerning Nessie, named from Loch Ness, National Geographic financed a huge sonar scan of the loch, but turned up nothing. Though disappointed, they even admitted that it didn't mean anything, because the loch is so filled with subterranean caverns and caves, that Nessie could have been anywhere. It would take hundreds of subs to thoroughly check all the caverns, and hundreds of boats to scan the entire loch, all at the same time in order to ensure that Nessie didn't just elude them by dodging the boats and subs.
Laurelindhe ilmarin, you have an amazing way of putting words together. If I could voice all of my thoughts and opinions like that, I would able to do quite a few things.
Amarië, that picture referred to is called the Surgeon's Photo, and was admitted to being taken for the intent of a hoax. The real photographer of it created the object in the water from a rubber mold, and then fitted it over a toy sub, then took the picture in such a way that it looked like it was really big and he was really far away. He could have been lying, but that wouldn't make much sense, and most likely he wasn't.