Has the Loch Ness Monster finally been proven with new photo?
Amateur photographer Ian Bremner, 58, was driving around the Highlands in search of red deer - but stumbled instead across the remarkable sight of what appears to be Nessie swimming in the calm waters of Loch Ness.
I wrote a hub on the ecosystem limitations of Loch Ness - in short, there isn't enough food or space for more than 20 such creatures, and that's not enough for any sustainable population.
by nanderson500 5 years ago
What do you think is more likely to exist, Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster?
by Dennis Pace 7 years ago
The Loch Ness MonsterAn atheist was spending a quiet day fishing when suddenly the Loch Ness monster attacked his boat. In one easy flip, the beast tossed him and his boat at least a hundred feet into the air. It then opened its mouth, waiting below to swallow them both. As the man sailed head over...
by ALFRED FOX 5 years ago
Does the Loch Ness monster exist?
by Silver Poet 8 years ago
Is the Loch Ness Monster really a plesiosaurus that survived Noah's flood?
by ryankett 7 years ago
Despite having no conclusive evidence, then does that mean that you also believe in:The YetiBigfootThe Loch Ness MonsterChupacabraUFO'sAnd does not believing in these things make me in some way inferior? Because, whilst I have no problem with those that do believe in each of these things, I place...
by Lynsey Harte 4 years ago
Best place to visit in Scotland?I live in Scotland, so I am asking more out of curiosity than anything else... But where, in your opinion, is the best place to visit in Scotland, and why? I live in Glasgow, and I find it hard to accept that people want to travel thousands of miles to come here!...
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