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The story behind the logo…The story of “Old Ned”   Local legend has it that the Lake is inhabited by a sea monster known as the  Lake Utopia Lake Monster . The story goes that long ago two  Maliseet  Natives were canoeing on the lake when suddenly the monster appeared and chased them from one end to the other. Since the arrival of Europeans to the area in the late 18th century, the story has continued, with new sightings being reported every three-five years.  As noted in research by cryptozoologist  Loren Coleman , the locals have called this cryptid " Old Ned ." It has a decidedly long and bulky  cetacean appearance, and may be representative of an unknown group of animals that travel back and forth between Lake Utopia and the Atlantic Ocean in routine cycles related to breeding and feeding.  Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Utopia_(New_Brunswick)

The story behind the logo…The story of “Old Ned”

Local legend has it that the Lake is inhabited by a sea monster known as the Lake Utopia Lake Monster. The story goes that long ago two Maliseet Natives were canoeing on the lake when suddenly the monster appeared and chased them from one end to the other. Since the arrival of Europeans to the area in the late 18th century, the story has continued, with new sightings being reported every three-five years.

As noted in research by cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, the locals have called this cryptid "Old Ned." It has a decidedly long and bulky cetaceanappearance, and may be representative of an unknown group of animals that travel back and forth between Lake Utopia and the Atlantic Ocean in routine cycles related to breeding and feeding.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Utopia_(New_Brunswick)