Mermaid sightings usually come in two stages. First, someone posts an article, photo, or video of a mermaid sighting. Then, a few days later, someone else explains that the materials were staged, faked, or altered. Perhaps one day we will find out that one of these stories is true.
I have a couple of articles today for you to ponder. Real? Or not? The first is from Spingist and is entitled, Mermaid Caught On Camera Live. The English in the article is very poor, but you should still be able to figure out what they are talking about.
I found two articles recently on the subject of mermaids in and around Africa. The first article is from Naijabang, and the reader is warned that the photos may be disturbing.
The same mermaids were seen in an article claiming that South Africa's President had mermaids in his 'fire pool'. The article has since been removed from the site where I found it.
As expected, a counter-article on the Africa mermaids can already be found at Africa Check.
Japanese Cat Mermaids
Here is a cute cartoon of Japanese cat-mermaids. The idea of mer-felines is actually quite popular. Meowers!
A splash of thanks go to Nag On The Lake for sharing this cartoon with us.
Q: Was there a mermaid caught in California recently?
A: This has been a popular question these past few weeks. As far as I know, there have been no mermaids caught in California or elsewhere in the US. Let me know if I missed something.
Q: Are Cleo and Rikki in Mako Mermaids?
A: No, Cleo (played by Phoebe Tonkin) and Rikki (played by Cariba Heine) from H2O: Just Add Water are not in the sequel, Mako Mermaids. Season one of Mako Mermaids features an all-new cast of mermaids and a merman. Season two will add more merfolk to the mix. You can find Mako Mermaids on Netflix.
Best wishes and starfishes,
cynthia (at) goldmermaid.com
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