Cadborosaurus willsi, nicknamed Caddy, is an alleged sea serpent reported to be living on the Pacific Coast of North America. Its name is derived from Cadboro Bay in Greater Victoria, British Columbia, and the Greek root word "saurus" meaning lizard or reptile. Reports describe it as being similar in form and behavior to various populary named lake monsters such as "Ogopogo" of Okanagan Lake in British Columbia and to the Loch Ness Monster of Scotland.
Cadborosaurus willsi

Cadborosaurus willsi as seen in 1937.


Side-view from 1937



Caddy as seen in 1947

Caddy as seen 1947