did you bury your dog to make a shitty pun
But look how stoked the dog is
A giant sea-serpent attacks a ship off the coast of Norway on Olaus Magnus’s Carta Marina of 1572. Sea monsters on medieval maps run the gamut from menacing giant squids to improbable lion-fish hybrids to seductive sirens. Many cartographers simply copied these sea monsters from illustrated encyclopedias. While fantastical today, at the time they were considered real, with “scientific” evidence to prove it.