The University of Bath has declared that Nessie’s existence is “plausible” after finding that some plesiosaurs may have lived in freshwater.
Alleged experts described the video as “the most compelling footage from the past two decades spent looking for the Loch Ness Monster”.
Scotland has some competition in the form of a slithering black shape that some think might be China’s very own Nessie.
People from around the world travel to Scotland in the hopes of catching a glimpse of ‘Nessie’. That doesn’t seem too likely to happen.
Internet users are speculating the Nessie may have made the move from her native Scotland to the bright lights of London.
Lagarfljótsormur, Iceland’s legendary lake monster, has been caught on tape and verified by a panel of believers!
A group of Loch Ness Monster enthusiasts say they’ve sighted the legendary Scottish beast via satellite images on Apple Maps, which is the same app that has a large portion of the internet dedicated to recording the many hilarious instances of its failure.