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Lochness Monster Captured On Google Earth

Updated on July 14, 2013
Apparently The Loch Ness Monster has been captured on Google Earth
Apparently The Loch Ness Monster has been captured on Google Earth
Is Nessie a Plesiosaur. Notice in the above photo an apparent shape like a Plesiosaur.
Is Nessie a Plesiosaur. Notice in the above photo an apparent shape like a Plesiosaur.

After All They Say Everything Is On Google Earth

And now apparently Nessie has had her or his photo taken and it is now being displayed on Google Earth.

To see the photo of Nessie, enter co-ordinates Latitude 57°12'52.13"N, Longitude 4°34'14.16"W in Google Earth.

The shape that was captured on Google Earth appears to have an oval body, flippers, a tail and the experts say the object is 67 feet long.

A lot of experts over the years claim that Nessie often seen in the 22 mile long Scottish Loch is a Plesiosaur. An animal that supposedly went extinct millions of years ago.

People have claimed for centuries to see Nessie in the Scottish Loch. She has had photos taken of her and she has been captured on film several times. But some experts also claim that there is no possibility of Nessie existing in the Loch as they say there is not enough fish that live in the Loch to support a breeding colony of Plesiosaur's. But as we all know the experts have been wrong before.

Photos From Loch Ness

Here is a photo of part of Loch Ness where Nessie is said to live. And where she has been spotted for centuries.
Here is a photo of part of Loch Ness where Nessie is said to live. And where she has been spotted for centuries.
A Map Of Loch Ness
A Map Of Loch Ness
Loch Ness looking south, taken in May 2006.
Loch Ness looking south, taken in May 2006.
Nessie In Loch Ness
Nessie In Loch Ness
Sunset On Loch Ness
Sunset On Loch Ness
Locks on Caledonian Canal in Fort Augustus, Loch Ness in the background
Locks on Caledonian Canal in Fort Augustus, Loch Ness in the background
Loch Ness
Loch Ness

The Loch Ness Monster

Just recently it was reported that apparently because there had been no sightings of Nessie in several years but apparently Nessie is alive and well as she or he has recently been spotted on Google Earth. So Nessie is alive and well.

Above are some photos of Loch Ness. Hope you enjoy the photos of the Loch.

The Legend Of Nessie

For some reason after it was reported that Nessie must have died Nessie has been very busy putting in appearances all over the Loch. Since the 1930s people have been busy hunting Nessie. Maybe just maybe someday Nessie will be found.

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      John. 

      5 years ago

      It's a boat.

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      Druid Dude 

      7 years ago from West Coast

      What if Nessie sometimes walks in the spirit world, sometimes not. Like a Dreamwalker?

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