Most of you people already heard off the existence of The Loch Ness Monster. For those of you havenít, this monster is a relative to one of the undersea dinosaurs a million years ago. The Loch Ness Monsterís existence has been classified to be at least 500,00 years. The average length of a male is usually 127 feet long, ad as for the female 103 feet. As you reads these monsters are very long, but why canít explorers find these exquisite monsters? Well, the reason is it lives deep sea in underwater caves. No one knows exactly where it is, but they know it lives in the seas of the Great Glen, which separates the North of Scotland along a line from Fort William to Inverness.
The Loch Ness Monster is said to eat only marine animals (obviously, it lives in the ocean!). The strange thing is that it only eats every five years then it goes into a state of hibernation for another five years. Most of this time it sleeps, but occasionally wakes up and starts eating. It is at this time when people see this, but it is very rare. [Click this for a list of sightings of this fabulous monster.]