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The Sproat Lake monster is a cryptid lake monster reported from Sproat Lake, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.  John Kirk reported a sighting of what he believes to be this monster in April 1987:
A Hupacasath petroglyph on a rock face by the lake may represent this animal. The glyph has sometimes been identified as an image of the ogopogo, which is reported from a different location.
Notes and references
- Kirk, John (1998) In the Domain of Lake Monsters
- Phantoms and Monsters: Pulse of the Paranormal | Cryptozoologists Back to Search for Cameron Lake Creature