The Loch Ness Monster

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5 Responses

  1. Mauro says:

    A quick note

    According to up-to-date paleontology plesiosaurs are technically not dinosaurs.
    A main factor which has been downplayed in monster folklore is the proven fact that seals have been proven to enter the loch from time to time. Both the Gray seal and the Harp seal have been filmed and positevely identified by experts in the past ten years. A seal popping up its head in the middle of a loch may be an highly unusual experience even to trained biologists.

  2. Agricola says:

    I’ve family which live on
    I’ve family which live on the River Ness which flows out of the loch and into the Moray Firth and they often see seals in the river chasing salmon. It’s a lot more frequent occurence than people realise.

  3. marsbar says:

    Re: The Loch Ness Monster
    i live in inverness and have driven along side loch ness throw the day time and night time and have yet still to see anything that even looks like the loch ness monster but that does not mean it does not exist i do belive there must be something there will we ever find out that is the question ????