Many authors, as well as fishermen have claimed to have seen the Loch ness monster. To date there have been over 3,000 sightings of the Loch ness monster.
You might (as many believe the Loch Ness Monster, commonly known as "Nessie" is a myth) find the Loch Ness Monster in Loch Ness, Scotland. This is where all the so called sightings of the monster are reported.
"Nessie" is the nickname of the Loch Ness Monster, a mythical beast that supposedly lives in Loch Ness, Scotland. Sightings of the monster have occurred for many years at the loch.
The Loch Ness monster is a mythical creature believed to swim in the murky waters of Loch Ness. Although many sightings have been reported, there is no proof that Nessy exists.
In Loch Ness Scotland something odd is happening. Many sightings of a strange aquatic creature are taking place there. It's known as Nessie, or the Loch Ness Monster.
Well there isn't really enough information about if the Loch Ness Monster really truly exists are not, but we can only go by what we know like ST. Columbia he apparently stopped the beast from attacking an expecting swimmer when he spoke the words "Go back from the depths of whence you came" he said raising the cross of God. The "creature" turned away from the man and swam back into the cloudy, murky waters. Not many sightings of the loch ness monster have been seen. So no the Loch ness monster has never eaten anyone. Plus every year there is a monster swim in the loch ness bringing many people to swim and there has never been attacks or sightings. I hope this helps you!!!
There are several reasons. First, there has never been any scientifically verified evidence and many photographs and reported sightings have been found to be fraudulent. Second, a lake as small as Loch Ness could not support a creature as large as the one reported.
The Loch Ness Monster has been spotted many times over the last 200 years. Whether these have been genuine sightings, optical illusions or mis-interpretations of something floating semi-submerged, is a matter of sometimes heated discussion. There have been a few genuine scientific surveys using sonar equipment but there has been no unequivocal proof, one way or the other.
Loch Ness Monster: The Loch Ness Monster-sometimes called Nessie-is a creature or group of creatures said to live in Loch Ness, a deep freshwater loch (lake near the city of Inverness in northern Scotland. Nessie is generally categorized as a lake monster. Along with Bigfoot and Yeti, Nessie is perhaps the best-known mystery in crypto zoology. Most mainstream scientists and other experts find current evidence supporting Nessie unpersuasive, and regard such reports as hoaxes or misidentification of mundane creatures. Most accounts of the monster's appearance, including historical ones indicate a creature resembling the long-extinct plesiosaur. Actual fossil evidence for this Mesozoic creature shows it to have been physically large with a long neck and tiny head, with flippers for propulsion. The alleged connection of this creature with the Loch Ness monster has made it popular topic in the field of cryptozoology. However, most scientists suggest that the idea that the Loch Ness Monster is a remnant of the Mesozoic era is highly unlikely - there would need to be a breeding colony of such creatures for there to have been any long-term survival, an coupled with the fact that plesiosaurs needed to surface to breathe, this would result in far more frequent sightings than have actually been reported. Many biologists also argue Loch Ness is not large or productive enough to support even a small family of these creatures. Moreover the Loch was created as the result of geologically recent glaciations and was frozen solid during recent ice-ages.The Loch Ness Monster is a myth, it has never been seen, all the alleged sightings, photos and film have been scientifically proven to be either fake or of something other than a 'monster'
That would be Loch Ness - there is "reported" to be a monster there it has never been proved, despite many searches over the years.
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.
Many people claim to have seen the Loch Ness Monster but there have been several scientific surveys done in Loch Ness using sonar and other underwater monitoring equipment and nothing unusual has been found.
Unsure but if you happen to see one you can report it here: (http://www.monsterssightings.com/category/sea-monster-sightings) to share what you saw.
Yes. There have been many claimed sightings of the Loch Ness monster. Nessie has been seen and photographed hundreds of times.There even is video evidence.But no one has come forward with definite proof.Until they do,Loch Ness will remain shrouded in mystery. +++ You've contradicted yourself with that "Yes" and the "Nessie has been seen" sentence. Many photos have been taken but even ignoring the hoaxes, none have ever stood scrutiny, partly because most have no scale such as a boat. No real evidence of any large creatures living in the long, very deep, dark Loch has been produced.
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Various equipment has been used to attempt to find the loch ness monster. For example, many people have used sonar.
No one has a record of definitely seeing the Loch Ness Monster, whether on land or in the water. Many have made claim, and hoaxes have been perpetrated, but there remains no definite proof that the Loch Ness Monster even exists.
the loch ness monster has not saved any people
Loads of people have spotted the loch ness monster
Many people claim to have seen the Loch Ness Monster. However, there have also been many scientific surveys using sonar and other underwater equipment, but nothing unusual has been found - much to the disappointment of the scientists!
The Loch Ness monster, if it exists, is simply famous for being a monster. How many other monsters do you know of?
In Loch Ness, Scotland. Although there is no evidence whatsoever that there is, or was, any monster in Loch Ness. Many logical people believe that the entire 'Monster' story was invented as a tourist attraction, and if that is the case it has worked. If there was such a thing as the Loch Ness monster you would expect to find it living in Loch Ness in Scotland.