(ORDO NEWS) — The legend of the Loch Ness Monster is one of the oldest in Scotland. The first mention was in 565.
A suspicious phenomenon was filmed by a resident of Ireland. The man claims that he was able to capture the mysterious monster from the Scottish lake Loch Ness.
Allegedly, the received video proves the existence of a monster, which, along with Bigfoot and Chupacabra, cannot be caught for several decades.
The Irishman Eoin spent most of his life chasing myth. He regularly travels to Scotland, set up webcams around the perimeter of the famous lake and literally watched the air around the clock.
And now he announced to the whole world that he had finally caught the Loch Ness monster on a hook, showing strange footage as evidence.
“It has a tail, a hump and what looks like a flipper. Head and neck at an angle to the body and as if a long muzzle.
It looks like a water horse, I know that’s the title of the movie, but that’s what this creature looks like,” said Loch Ness monster hunter Eoin O Fagan.
Of course, in a fantastic film, they did a pretty good job with special effects. The monster from Scottish legends is more like a dinosaur or a dragon.
The fact that Nessie could be a mutated eel was also stated, by the way, by an international team of scientists from New Zealand.
They studied the water in the lake for almost a year, of course, they did not find traces of the presence of a prehistoric monster there, but this did not bother anyone.
“There are a lot of eels in Loch Ness, their DNA is found in almost every place where water samples were taken,” said Professor Neil Gemmell.
The legend of the Loch Ness monster is one of the oldest in Scotland, the first mention was back in 565.
Since then, hypotheses have been actively building hypotheses about who this monster is all over the world, and they have not stopped trying to find it.
“66 million years ago, an asteroid hit the Earth, all dinosaurs became extinct. As a scientist, I never say never.
All hypotheses must hold until they are refuted. We can find the Loch Ness monster, and it could be a plesiosaur.
Although, in my opinion, this is highly unlikely,” said paleontologist Nick Longrich.
One of the supposedly first photographs was taken in 1934, experts even confirmed the authenticity. For the next 60 years, he was the main evidence of the existence of Nessie.
But later, the authors of the photo admitted that they made a model of a mythical monster and installed it on a toy submarine.
“We cannot confirm or deny, even if there is no evidence of the existence of Nessie, this will not stop anyone from believing in her,” the scientist said.
Biologists say that such a giant, in principle, could not live in the lake. He would have nothing to eat – the local flora and fauna are too scarce.
But fictional monster hunters like this Irishman are posting hundreds of blurry photos, low-quality videos online, claiming to have captured the real Nessie.
Every year, two million tourists come to Scotland for this, they even tried to arrange a large-scale flash mob to storm Loch Ness Lake, but so far no one has succeeded in catching the myth by the tail.
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