Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Tales Of Loch Ness


Tales of the "Loch Ness Monster" have floated around the world for centuries. Described as a large aquatic animal or a plesiosaur-like creature, the "Loch Ness Monster" (also known as Nessie) has been the subject of numerous amatuer and scientific investigations over the years in an attempt to uncover the truth. It is said to have a long neck with a dinosaur-like head, a humped back, flippers and reptilian dark gray skin. Her estimated length is between 15 and 40 feet, with a weight of up to 2, 500 pounds. It has been touted as an imaginative endeavor to attract tourists to the Inverness area, or as a bona fide lake monster with a variety of corroborating photographs to prove it. However, the legend of the monster is not taken seriously by most mainstream scientists and other skeptics, although sightings by a large number of reliable resources seem to lend some validity to the claims of her existence. (Taken from: deborahtoole.tripod.com/Nessie/)





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