The author with his humongous Common Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina) friend.

Cameron A. McCormick graduated with a degree in Biology from the University of Maine in 2009 and is among the bloated ranks of rudderless 20-somethings. When not getting bitten by turtles, abducting baby cadborosaurs or drawing marine mammals, he likes to try and stay involved in science with this blog. He can be reached at CamAMcCormick (at) Gmail.com


Woodley, M. A. et al. (2011) A Baby Sea-Serpent No More: Reinterpreting Hagelund’s Juvenile “Cadborosaur” Report. Journal of Scientific Exploration 25(3) 497–514. Available

Woodley, M. H., et al. (2012) Response to Bousfield and LeBlond: Shooting Pipefish in a Barrel; or, Sauropterygian “Mega-Serpents” and Occam’s Razor. Journal of Scientific Exploration 26(1) 143–145. Available.

Northern Pipefish (Syngnathus fucus) in a bucket. This is relevant to the articles above, honest.

Previous Blogs:

The Lord Geekington v. 2.0

The Lord Geekington v. 1.0

Other Websites:


Flickr (defunct)

Cameron’s Cryptozoology Page (really defunct)

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