Nessie has been described in many ways. Some say it has flippers like a seal. Others say it has a long, slender neck and small horns. Still other reports describe humps like a camel. In 1993, another woman described a strange animal resting on the slope of the loch shore. It seemed to be hairy.
The earliest known description of a strange creature in the Loch Ness dates from AD 565. Reported sightings increased during the 1930ís when a new highway made the lake more accessible to travelers. The Loch Ness Monster is a large animal that some people believe lives in Loch Ness, a lake in Northern Scotland. If such a creature exists, it avoids people. Hundreds of people have reported seeing the creature nicknamed Nessie. The creature supposedly has flippers, one or two humps and a long slender neck.
Some observers believe the Loch Ness Monster may be related to a prehistoric-like reptile or to a modern sea animal, such as the manatee or seal. The Loch Ness Monster, a legendary creature supposed to live in the Loch Ness, a long narrow lake in the rugged and sparsely populated Highlands near Inverness, Scotland. Customs concerning the creature in the loch go back to at least the sixth century. Most scientists think that there is no creature in Loch Ness, and that most reported sightings are a result of an overactive imagination, plus misidentification of waves, common animals, or other objects.
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