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A new photo is fueling speculation that Loch Ness Monster is real. Daily Record reports a tourist named Steve Challice, snapped pictures of what he thought were big fish creating ripples in Scotland's Loch Ness. Alleged creature, about 2. 5 meters long, quickly pops up and then disappears below water. It only appeared in one shot and to be honest, that was something of a fluke, he told the UK publication. According to Yahoo! News, Challice say he didnt go through photos from his Scottish vacation until the coronavirus lockdown, and is now asking Facebook users what they think it is. Take this in Loch Ness last September but I dont know what kind of fish it is, He posted it in Anomalous Universe group along with a photo. Copies have been widely shared on Twitter and other sites, raising questions. Challice denies allegations the image was photoshopped and hasnt suggested it was Nessie, but the Loch Ness Monster has become a trending topic on social media as many suggest it could be evidence of mythical creatures ' existence. However, Loch Ness Mystery blogger Roland Watson says there is a big red flag in his claims. So I first found out more about our photographer and discovered on his LinkedIn page that he was a 3D graphical artist and he had a portfolio of images of various constructions such as the one below. To be clear, he earns a living creating CGI - computer generate images, Watson wrote on his blog. Longtime Loch Ness Monster hunter also poured cold water on sea creature theories in 2015 when he said he did think Nessie exists at all. Looking at all the evidence, speaking to eyewitnesses, most likely solution is wels catfish, Steve Feltham said after 24 years of investigating Loch Ness. Wels catfish can grow up to 13 feet long and weigh nearly 900 pounds; they were added to the lake in the 19th century for sport fishing. I have to be honest. I just dont think that Nessie is a prehistoric Monster, Feltham said in 2015. The myth of Nessie originates in the sixth century, when an Irish monk. Columba was said to have banished water beast to River Ness. A 1934 surgeon's photo made Nessie famous, though a black - and - white image of her head and neck poking out of water was revealed to be a hoax 60 years later. New reports and theories of Nessie sightings emerge nearly every year. A 30 - foot sea Monster was found in Highlands lake in 2016, but it turned out to be a leftover movie prop from the 1970 film, Private Life of Sherlock Holmes. A large, 164 - million - year - old fossil was once found in another lake in Edinburgh, Scotland. Researchers call 13 - foot ichthyosaur, dolphin - like dinosaur, Storr Lochs Monster.

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