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Maybe More Than One Loch Ness Monster Survived

The mythical beast, has fascinated people since 565 but was first documented about back in 1802. Later, in 1933 more sightings started to happen. Nowadays, more people have claimed to have spotted or photographed this mysterious aquatic type creature.  More often than not, the Loch Ness Monster has been seen swimming around with one or

Does the Loch Ness Monster linger deeper?

For many years, people have often wondered about the Loch Ness Monster. There have been many sightings documented about the fabled lake type monster. However, many if not all of these sightings, have been proven to be fake. New found evidence suggests, that it is possible this water beast, may be lingering deeper than ever

Amateur photographer captures Loch Ness monster on camera

(Urquhart Castle ruins, Loch Ness) This legend has been around for ages. It has perplexed many people and certainly has brought forth a number of tourists to the local area. Known as the Loch Ness monster or its nickname “Nessie” is thought to be a remaining dinosaur that managed to survive underwater throughout the ages

13 foot sea creature found in Spain

Deep beneath the ocean lie large sea creatures which we have never even seen before. There are a so many varieties of fish which roam the ocean highways. The ocean is a place to be respected and rightfully so. The odds of being shark bitten are remotely small but it does happen from time to
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