Skip to comments.IS THIS NESSIE?
Posted on 07/30/2018 7:06:41 PM PDT by Beowulf9
The moment that three monster-like humps rise out of the waters of Loch Ness has been captured on film by amateur photographer Ian Bremner - adding fuel to the fire that the monster really does exist.
(Excerpt) Read more at thesun.co.uk ...
“The whisky warehouse worker...”
Looks like 3 sea lions.
I know what that is, isn’t that the Weblary mutant born of a turkey baster?
Open the image in a new tab and enlarge. It’s three seals.
It’s three seals. You can see the first one’s head.
Yep, look at the one on the far left, you can see his head. But are sea lions common to Loch Ness? I have no idea, I ain’t no expert biologist
Yep. Sea lions.
So there we were
me & McTovish
a-rowin’ out on the loch.....
sometimes...a picture IS worth a 1000 words.....lol
#2. I’ll never go in the water again. Thanks for either saving my life or destroying my love of outdoors swimming.
“Captain: There be whales!”
#7. OK, that seals it!
Yes but Loch Ness is a lake. Do lakes have seals? Im no biologist so I don’t know, but I don’t think they do. On the other hand this could all be fake like 99.99999% of Loch ness monster sitings
Wearing a kilt.
Seems I was mistaken. As I’m not a marine biologist, my deduction was close but not accurate.
Sea Lions have not been reported around Loch Ness, but Seals have been reported there. Sea Lions and Seals are both marine mammals called “pinnipeds”. While similar they have distinct characteristics that separate the animals.
“Nessie” the sea monster, not “Bessie” the sea cow.
Chelsea Webbsdottir is Nessie?! Okay.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.