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New hunting party goes after Nessie
Posted on Saturday, 5 May, 2007 |
Image credit: Sam Fentress
Evidence that the Loch Ness Monster exists could be produced next week — even if the mysterious creature decides to eat the camera technology which could discover it.
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#1 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 9:22
I found this article yesterday and found it very interesting. Toad found deep down in Loch Ness US researchers carrying out a sonar survey of Loch Ness have been amazed to find a common toad crawling in the mud 324ft (98m) down. More & Source
#2 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 11:13
If the camera did find Nessie, it'd certainly put an end to any theories concerning rubbish, oddly-shaped logs and jumping sturgeon. I hope they do find proof of Nessie and will eagerly await the day when the results are released.
#3 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 11:35
Lets be realistic.. how can 15 shoebox-sized metallic submarines type camera's cover the whole Loch... there would be far too many holes for a large animal to get through..
#4 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 13:22
funny how these things start pre-tourist season
#5 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 13:30
Lets be realistic.. how can 15 shoebox-sized metallic submarines type camera's cover the whole Loch... there would be far too many holes for a large animal to get through.. Sure I can see this... They only recently released a photo that they believe could show Nessie...now they broadcast a new search. Not a bad way to acquire funding and if someone were to happen along the way as a tourist...of course they'd wanna see what was going on in the investigation. One ever important factor here...marketing.
#6 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 15:14
I found this article yesterday and found it very interesting. Toad found deep down in Loch Ness US researchers carrying out a sonar survey of Loch Ness have been amazed to find a common toad crawling in the mud 324ft (98m) down. More & Source I find the most interesting part about this is that they can find a toad in the Loch, but they cannot find an ancient aquatic dinosaur.
#7 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 15:48
I find the most interesting part about this is that they can find a toad in the Loch, but they cannot find an ancient aquatic dinosaur. LOL. I think IF they find anything, it won't be alive. They could come upon some bones to show that there once was something in the loch.
#8 Posted by
on 5 May, 2007, 23:50
Personally, I find the remote beaming camera amusing. I wonder if, like the corc, we would get a shot of Nessie's insides (and possibly some folks who had gone missing).
#9 Posted by
on 6 May, 2007, 6:06
sorry but i agree with above. the sonar scan done some years ago with the small boats trawling the loch had more hope than this! Although I, like a lot of other UM ers would love see proof.
#10 Posted by
on 7 May, 2007, 17:15
I believe in Nessie and it would be amazing to have actual proof!
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