In British Colombia, there is a legend of creatures part folklore and part cryptozoology. These "Underwater Flies" are found in ponds, lakes, and rivers across the province.

Appearance & DescriptionEdit

Underwater Flies resemble crosses between crabs and flies. They are crawl around on the ground, but are black and have a body shape like that of a fly. Underwater Flies are the size of an adult's hand. They are highly venomous, and a bite from an Underwater Fly can reportedly kill a person.


Underwater Flies are thought to be some form f new species of crab or similar crustacean.