Sunday, 19 August 2007

The Loch Ness


Arguably the animal highest on any cryptozoologist’s list is Scotland’s Nesse, the Loch Ness Monster. Sighted as far back as the 6th century AD, it was the addition of a modern road around the lake in the 1930s that brought about an avalanche of sightings. Loch Ness is the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, 24 miles long and at one point is 1 1/2 miles wide. It has an average depth of 450 feet and at times plunges close to a 1,000. It is cold and murky, with dangerous currents. In short, it is the perfect place to hide a monster from even the most prying eyes of science. Nesse has been known to cross the road (why?) and several motorists have had near collisions with it. More money has probably been spent in attempting to scientifically verify its existence than on any other creature.
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2 comments:

ty said...

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Pilchard said...

And the birds go tweet tweet...