... is creating a buzz of excitement
When deep sea expert Ander Svensson found a mysterious skeleton on the sea bed near Reykjavik in 1948, this provoked a great deal of excitement. Was it a dinosaur species which had hitherto remained undiscovered or a completely unknown being?
The scientific community quickly came to the conclusion that it must be a relative of the Kronosaurus. However, Svensson did not share this opinion. For him it was clear that the skeleton must be related to Svalgur, a mythical creature from Rulantica. This opinion met with derision from the majority of people. However, he found an audience in the Adventure Club of Europe (ACE), an association of European adventurers and explorers, who dedicate themselves to the mysteries of the world.