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The Loch Ness Monster exposed

The curious Nessie
by Korifaeus

For decades people have been trying to find Nessie, the curious Loch Ness Monster. Scientists actually went so far as to use small submarines to explore Loch Ness ( a lake in Scotland) because of a photo – a not very clear photo suggesting it could be a sea monster in the form of a giant serpent-dragon. Documentaries were produced, books were written, in awe of the monster of Loch Ness. We want to believe it and allow practical jokes to take place because it makes life mysterious – we crave mystery – it makes life exciting and enchanting.

To quote Einstein: “The most beautiful thing in life is the mysterious”

Here’s the Photo said to depict the famous Loch Ness Monster
Btw. you can click on the photos to enlarge them.

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Well, actually the photo could very well depict a swimming camel, too. Look at the neck size, it’s the length of a camel’s neck. Camels can stretch their necks way up high. Here are photos of some swimming camels.

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I like camels. They’re one of my favorite animals. Here’s a photo of me with some racing camels. See the black ones in the background ?

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Imagine them swimming in a shallow lake with their necks stretched upward, it would look just like Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. And if the hump was visible as well, a shoo-in for a serpent dragon making some waves 😉

Here’s a Bactrian Camel in the Ocean.
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3 comments on “The Loch Ness Monster exposed

  1. Pingback: Nessie emerges! «

  2. mizunogirl
    September 23, 2015

    Love the camel jumping photo! I’ve been swimming in the Red Sea, but.. alas no camel.

  3. Korifaeus
    September 23, 2015

    🙂

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