BC fishery officers have discovered and destroyed the nest, eggs, and hatchlings of a breeding pair of plesiosaurs on the south shore of Lake Okanagan. "The plesiosaur is a reptile that can grow to a length of 30 metres. Just think what this would do to the tourist industry in this region if these beasts were allowed to breed indiscriminately!" their official news release is quoted as saying.
An official, who did not wish to be named, joked that BC Fisheries will not rest until every egg in the area has been located, even if it takes them well beyond the Easter weekend.
It's about time!