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Another mermaid encounter once offered as a true story is described in Edward Snow's' Incredible" Mysteries and Legends of the Sea" A sea captain off the coast of Newfoundland described his 1614 encounter: Captain John Smith of Jamestown fame saw a mermaid 'swimming' about with all possible grace.'' He pictured her as having large eyes, a finely shaped nose that was 'somewhat' short, and well-formed ears'' that were rather too long.
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158 Sue Monk Kidd wrote a book called The Mermaid Chair loosely based on the legends of Saint Senara and the mermaid of Zennor. Sculptures and statues of mermaids can be found in many countries and cultures, with over 130 public art mermaid statues across the world.
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Home Ocean Facts Are mermaids real? Are mermaids real? No evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found. Statue of a sailor mermaid from Portsmouth, Virginia. Mermaids - those half-human, half-fish sirens of the sea - are legendary sea creatures chronicled in maritime cultures since time immemorial.

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