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IS THIS NESSIE?

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IS THIS NESSIE?

No :sg

"At first I thought it was weed moving with the current, but I have since captured weed." - and I bet it looked identical.  ::)

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It does look rather a lot like strands of weed.

The quality of the images isn't particularly spectacular however, perhaps there is more to the object in the pictures than meets the eye.

:sk

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I have visited that site a few times earlier this year and I think that the range of the underwater camera is pretty short and close. Hence I am probably thinking that this is a largish type of fish. Or a weed. Before Tommy captured it.

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I agree with you guys, it is not convincing........ ;)

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I think that is supposed to be nessie but it is fake because all the pictures that were taken of nessie turned out to be fake.

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How does such a creature disappear and leave no trail or anything??

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The last three I think are seaweed...... want my reason? look at it closely... the first one might be real cuz it curves just like a swimming animal would and the shape of the 'supposed' head

is pretty convincing to me, but the last three are SO FAKE!!!! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

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i thought the 1st oic looked like a snake, and the others like a lizard

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It is more like a fish to me ! but in the same time the movement of the object seem's like flexible it's rether complicating to explain

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