Sea serpent sightings on the coast of New England, are documented beginning in 1638. An incident in August 1817 spawned a rather silly mix-up when a committee of the New England Linnaean Society went so far as to give a deformed terrestrial snake the name Scoliophis atlanticus, believing it was the juvenile form of a sea serpent that had recently been reported in Gloucester Harbor. The Gloucester Harbor serpent was claimed to have been seen by hundreds of New England residents, including the crews of four whaling boats that reportedly sought out the serpent in the harbor. Rife with political undertones, the serpent was known in the harbor region as "Embargo." Sworn statements made before a local Justice of the Peace and first published in 1818 were never recanted. After the Linnaean Society's misidentification was discovered, it was frequently cited by debunkers as evidence that the creature did not exist. Good luck. Get picture of the Gloucester sea serpent of 1817 and make report.
if you know what a sea serpent is then print a picture of it then put info about it on a piece of passport then build an environment about it and maybe you will get a A plus what grade are you because it depends on your grade if it's7 or 8 and up then you need to improve it by bringing a real life serpent to class from the party store.