|Sub grouping||Lake Monster|
|Other name(s)||Lake Memphremagog Monster|
|Region||Lake Memphremagog, Quebec|
Memphre is often described as much like the Loch Ness Monster. While Memphre and most other lake monsters are disputed by many scientists, sightings persist and Memphre was last seen in 2005. It has been described as a whale or a plesiosaur-like animal, a description commonly brought up for other lake monsters.
- Ogopogo, reported to live in Okanagan Lake, in British Columbia, Canada
- Champ, reported to live in Lake Champlain, between New York and Vermont
- Beauchemin, Genevieve. "Quebec lake monster legend comes to life on coin". CTV National News (CTV.ca). Retrieved 11 August 2011.
- "25-Cent Coloured Coin - Memphré (2011)". Royal Canadian Mint. mint.ca. Retrieved 11 August 2011.
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