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Have scientists ever seen a real creature called the Loch Ness Monster?


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Answered 2009-12-08 01:37:46
  • Well They have seen some strange objects like The Lochness monster So yes I think they have
(P.S. I think the Lochness monster is totally real!)
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Few scientists have seen Nessie. Most of the sightings have been by people who live in the area.


Scientists say that if this creature was in the lake or is, it would be eating fish.


The cryptic creature known as the Loch Ness Monster can be found in the country of Scotland. The creature is thought to live in a lake called Loch Ness which is in the Scottish Highlands.



Most scientists believe the Loch Ness monster is a myth.


The loch monster is a unknown creature that lives underwater in scotland.


Loch Ness means Lake Ness in Scottish Gaelic. So the creature rumored to live in the lake is called the Loch Ness Monster.


The Loch Ness Monster of course



The Loch Ness Monster is a type of dinosaur called Elasmosaurus or the Plesiosaurus. The Loch Ness Monster can also be called:"Nessie" or " Champ." It eats fish and is believed in by many people, BUT not all!!! The person who found the Loch Ness Monster is Saint Columbus. He found Nessie in 565 A.D.


It was never found. the Loch ness monster is a creature that is claimed to live in a loch in Scotland called loch ness. however the story goes back to 565 AD when the Vikings claim to have spotted it.


Scientists are skeptical about the Loch Ness monster because there is no solid proof that the monster exists. They will do nothing about it until there is some proof.


The Loch Ness Monster is a mythical sea creature, like the Mythical Australian Aboriginal creature: Bunyip. So Basically no, it is not real.


As the Loch Ness Monster has never been found, there is no dna to do genetic research from. If we did have Loch Ness Monster dna, we would have proof of the existence of the creature.


No. Loch Ness could not support a creature of the size described.


Someone posted the below:Because the lake they spotted the monster at was the Loch Ness lake, and the monster part was because they thought it was a monster.It is just called Loch Ness, and it is located in Scotland. So to recap, The loch ness monster lives in loch ness, in Scotland.



The Loch Ness monster is a mythical creature.


The Loch Ness Monster is a myth surrounding a mythical creature that supposedly resides in Loch Ness, in Scotland. It has been proven to be a myth by scientists from the University of Baltimore, as well as the United Kingdom's Wildlife Service. If it was real, it would have most likely been a plesiasaur, an extinct aquatic dinosaur.


Scientists have spent many years and made many expeditions to Scotland in an attempt to research the Loch Ness monster myth. As of 2014, they have never found any sign of 'Nessie,' the famous Loch Ness monster.


The mythical creature is know as 'Nessie'


Bigfoot, The Loch ness monster, and aliens.


If there was it would be called a Lake/Loch Elsinore Monster


Some people think Nessie could be a descendant of a prehistoric fishcalled a plesiosaur.




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