First of all, there have been several detailed pictures and videos of Nessie that prove that it really exists. The first photo ever taken in 1933 is very well-known and clearly shows the mysterious monster above water. There are scientists that have examined this photo time after time, zooming in on it, and the majority of them believe that the Loch Ness Monster truly does exist. Tim Dinsdale, an aeronautical engineer, saw the monster and took a photo of it ; he gave this to photo-analysis experts at the British Royal Air Force's Joint Aerial Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre. They concluded that the part of the thing that was above the water on Dinsdale's film was approximately 12-16 feet wide and 5 feet high, could not have been a boat, and was some sort of animated object ("The Legend of Nessie the Ultimate Loch Ness Monster Site"). In 2007 a scientist took a two minute video clip of Nessie that he described showed a “long, black creature swimming just below the surface of Loch Ness.” From several other videos that have been reported, people who have believed they ...
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... eel, snake, or dinosaur; having this cohesive opinion as to what this beast looks like thoroughly proves that there is some mysterious animal existing in Lake Loch. The Loch Ness Monster is real, and people need to stop doubting in the existence of this mysterious beast of an animal.
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