Pleiosaur-type creatures are believed to inhabit the world’s most remote mountain lakes. No actual proof of their existence has ever been produced.
I’ll remember this the next time I hear about “legitimate news sources” like ABC.
The best part about this exciting new footage is that modern, quality video is sooooo much better than the old crap. /s
30 seconds of shaky, often blurry video just doesn’t cut it. The short length of time and the shakiness just doesn’t let you get a frame of reference for the darker linear feature’s alignment or motion. While I’m always hoping for good proof of these creatures (I think all of these stories may have an actual creature at their roots) - i don’t think this video is it! (They look like waves to me - a wake from a boat from across the lake interacting with the nearby shoreline).
So help me if I see so much as ONE Helen Thomas picture in here I’ll....
Did he want about tree fiddy?
Ooooh, a ripple in the water... What else could it be but the Loch Ness monster?
I’ll stop posting this when these end;
SC: Is this ping list worthy?
Yep! Just as I expected....a grainy, shaking, poor focused video. Absolute proof huh?
Ogopogo spelled backwards is still ogopogO.........Coincidence?
They caught a monster with tape? Wow. That scotch tape really can do amazing things.
btw...for those who don't know...this is the western side of the Rockies...just west of Banff...its called the banana belt and has beautiful beaches with warm water, winneries, and generally very pretty...not like the high mountains of Banff and Jasper, but very beautiful in its own way...
But of course.
Otters. Big whoop. ;o)
the oddity is that while sightings (at Loch Ness, at any rate) predate modern civilization by a long time, the area was under a glacier less than 10000 years ago, more or less.