Ogopogo is Canada's version of the Loch Ness Monster, and Richard Huls is the man who believes he acquired evidence of the elusive beast in Lake Okanagan.

Huls was visiting a local winery in West Kolowna, British Columbia when he says he saw some strange ripples in the water. To prove it wasn't just some merlot playing tricks on him, he pulled out his camera and started recording.

The result is a 30-second video showing two large ripples that are undeniably out of place. Are they caused by Ogopogo, who is generally described as a 40- to 50-foot-long sea serpent? Watch below and decide.

[via Yahoo]