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(Daily Record (UK))   Drone spots 'Loch Ness Monster' under water near banks of loch. Bonus: blurry footage enhanced by murky water   (dailyrecord.co.uk) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Loch Ness Monster, Loch Ness, Richard Mavor, 54-year-old pilot, Youtube channel, outdoor explorer, Daily Record, Richard Outdoors  
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3370 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Sep 2021 at 10:49 AM (10 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-09-24 9:35:39 AM  
Well, I'm convinced.
 
2021-09-24 9:40:05 AM  
That's a penis.
 
2021-09-24 10:50:12 AM  
I ain't givin him no tree-fiddy
 
2021-09-24 10:52:53 AM  
I think that's just a streetlight someone threw in the drink.
 
2021-09-24 10:55:28 AM  
I've seen a lot of bad footage of monsters Bigfoot UFOs, but that is the absolute worst. Thanks for sharing.
 
2021-09-24 10:56:59 AM  
Irrefutable proof!!! Of....something
 
2021-09-24 10:57:26 AM  
It's a streetlight
 
2021-09-24 10:58:10 AM  
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2021-09-24 11:02:07 AM  
Loch Ness is by far the largest loch in Scotland by volume, although Loch Lomond is a little larger in surface area and Loch Awe is a bit greater in length (the large lochs tend to be long and skinny).
 
2021-09-24 11:02:11 AM  
Sure it isn't just a rotten log with a halloween mask?
 
2021-09-24 11:05:14 AM  
Looks more like a loch mess nonster.
 
2021-09-24 11:05:57 AM  
FAAAAAAKE
 
2021-09-24 11:06:16 AM  
Even if there was a Loch Ness monster, wouldn't it already be dead by now?  It has been close to 100 years since that picture was taken.
 
2021-09-24 11:07:39 AM  
Nice drone footage of underwater rocks
 
2021-09-24 11:08:10 AM  

nytmare: Loch Ness is by far the largest loch in Scotland by volume, although Loch Lomond is a little larger in surface area and Loch Awe is a bit greater in length (the large lochs tend to be long and skinny).


Filling up a glacier-carved canyon will do that for a loch.
 
2021-09-24 11:08:22 AM  
Where TF is it?

I see the shadows of some kayaks and canoes on the beach, the shadows of some waves (at the limit sea grass waving in the current) but no dead trees or logs floating in or on the water, which is what most "Loch Ness Monster" photos show.

A treee trunk (with or without roots) can survive in the mud and water of the deep Loch for a couple of centuries easily and eventually float to the surface when disturbed or lightened, but I don't see any old tree trunks even.
 
2021-09-24 11:08:24 AM  
Richard Mavor couldn't believe the video he had taken

He's not alone.
 
2021-09-24 11:10:56 AM  
Once again I have to conclude:  fuzzy shadows (dots) prove nothing.
 
2021-09-24 11:18:13 AM  
Almost as convincing as a picture of Jesus on toast.
 
2021-09-24 11:19:21 AM  
I can't believe you guys don't see it. Buddy's there swimming clear as day.
 
2021-09-24 11:31:34 AM  
Right on the shoreline. Probably an old tree
 
2021-09-24 11:31:53 AM  
Must be sleeping.
 
2021-09-24 11:36:58 AM  

hugram: Even if there was a Loch Ness monster, wouldn't it already be dead by now?  It has been close to 100 years since that picture was taken.


It could be the ghost of the Loch Ness monster.
 
2021-09-24 11:41:16 AM  

brantgoose: Where TF is it?

I see the shadows of some kayaks and canoes on the beach, the shadows of some waves (at the limit sea grass waving in the current) but no dead trees or logs floating in or on the water, which is what most "Loch Ness Monster" photos show.

A treee trunk (with or without roots) can survive in the mud and water of the deep Loch for a couple of centuries easily and eventually float to the surface when disturbed or lightened, but I don't see any old tree trunks even.


It's like those pictures where you have to unfocus your eyes to see it... if you do that, then the sailboat Loch Ness Monster will appear
 
2021-09-24 11:42:03 AM  
It's clearly not the Loch Ness Monster.  Everyone knows that Nessie is in London killing prostitutes

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2021-09-24 11:44:22 AM  
It has been said (to the person who said it should be dead by now) the loch can be entered by deep underwater channels from the open sea.  The adult creatures use the loch as a spawning/nursery area.  That way the young can get a bit of size before they head to the briny deep.  It's  why there have never been and remains of the creature(s) found in the loch.
 
2021-09-24 12:05:54 PM  
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2021-09-24 12:57:22 PM  

jackandwater: It has been said (to the person who said it should be dead by now) the loch can be entered by deep underwater channels from the open sea.  The adult creatures use the loch as a spawning/nursery area.  That way the young can get a bit of size before they head to the briny deep.  It's  why there have never been and remains of the creature(s) found in the loch.


Or, and hear me out, it's. Its not real.
 
2021-09-24 1:38:36 PM  
Where? Behind the rabbit?
 
2021-09-24 1:45:53 PM  

FleshFlapps: jackandwater: It has been said (to the person who said it should be dead by now) the loch can be entered by deep underwater channels from the open sea.  The adult creatures use the loch as a spawning/nursery area.  That way the young can get a bit of size before they head to the briny deep.  It's  why there have never been and remains of the creature(s) found in the loch.

Or, and hear me out, it's. Its not real.


I get what you are saying but...do you know for sure?  Science only understands a little how the brain works.  And they know less about what dwells in the oceans or even the oceans themselves.
 
2021-09-24 1:46:05 PM  
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2021-09-24 1:53:00 PM  
Personal friend of Dick Cheney
 
2021-09-24 2:07:26 PM  

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NewportBarGuy: That's a penis.

 
2021-09-24 2:12:16 PM  

jackandwater: It has been said (to the person who said it should be dead by now) the loch can be entered by deep underwater channels from the open sea.


It's connected to the sea by the River Ness.
 
2021-09-24 2:22:05 PM  
stewart lee loch ness monster
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2021-09-24 2:28:51 PM  
With 4K video like that we'll need at least 12K resolution, to continue to be unsure.
 
2021-09-24 2:56:43 PM  

edmo: Must be sleeping.


Or pining for the fjords?
 
2021-09-24 10:52:11 PM  

Wolf892: You know, we don't need a Loch Ness Monster, we already have the Blue Whale.
The blue whale is magical because not only is it alive today, in our world, and not only is it the largest creature living currently, it's also the largest creature that has ever lived.
The blue whale is larger than any dinosaur that walked on land, flew in air or swam in the sea.
We have a living, breathing leviathan that we can actually look at in our lifetime.
Let's be happy with what we have instead of wasting time on what we don't.


Blue Whales still aren't going to sleep with you.
 
2021-09-24 11:50:06 PM  

Trik: Wolf892: You know, we don't need a Loch Ness Monster, we already have the Blue Whale.
The blue whale is magical because not only is it alive today, in our world, and not only is it the largest creature living currently, it's also the largest creature that has ever lived.
The blue whale is larger than any dinosaur that walked on land, flew in air or swam in the sea.
We have a living, breathing leviathan that we can actually look at in our lifetime.
Let's be happy with what we have instead of wasting time on what we don't.

Blue Whales still aren't going to sleep with you.


but gorillas give blowies
 
2021-09-25 2:38:07 AM  

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