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New Loch Ness Monster footage has emerged

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ExpandMyMind

It appears they've discovered the Loch Ness Minnow.

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RoofGardener

It's a seal. 

NEXT ! 

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the13bats

seal, rock, stump, ???

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ouija ouija
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So I googled 'are there seals in Loch Ness?' and this is what came up:

'A Common or Harbour Seal Phoca vitulina L. lived in Loch Ness, Scotland, for seven months from November 1984-June 1985. Photographs of the seal are presented. This is the first time a seal has been proven in Loch Ness. Fishermen's reports indicate that Loch Ness is visited by a seal approximately once every two years.'

It's unlikely to be a seal, then! :unsure:

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49 minutes ago, ouija ouija said:

So I googled 'are there seals in Loch Ness?' and this is what came up:

'A Common or Harbour Seal Phoca vitulina L. lived in Loch Ness, Scotland, for seven months from November 1984-June 1985. Photographs of the seal are presented. This is the first time a seal has been proven in Loch Ness. Fishermen's reports indicate that Loch Ness is visited by a seal approximately once every two years.'

It's unlikely to be a seal, then! :unsure:

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Minimalists
1 hour ago, the13bats said:

seal, rock, stump, ???

Agreed...Whatever it is it is not moving.

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Mumbo Gumbo

That is has got to be one of the poorest excuses of Lochness  monster videos ever.

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papageorge1

It looks more like a seal than Nessie to my untrained eye.

But here's a thought: Seals are marine mammals but have on rare occasions been seen in Loch Ness. I've read before that there is a waterway connection from the sea to Loch Ness that is thicker and deeper at certain times. Maybe Nessie is a rare sea creature that on even rarer occasions gets into the Loch?

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Earl.Of.Trumps
3 hours ago, RoofGardener said:

It's a seal. 

NEXT ! 

that's what it looked like to me, too

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moonman

That could be anything, it doesn't even move.

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bigjim36

It's a tree stump
https://lochnessmystery.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-new-loch-ness-video-quickly-identified.html?m=1

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem
18 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

It looks more like a seal than Nessie to my untrained eye.

But here's a thought: Seals are marine mammals but have on rare occasions been seen in Loch Ness. I've read before that there is a waterway connection from the sea to Loch Ness that is thicker and deeper at certain times. Maybe Nessie is a rare sea creature that on even rarer occasions gets into the Loch?

I think there are nearly 30 sets of locks to negotiate the Caladonian Canal, which is the route to Loch Ness. 

I have personally been to the Loch dozens of times over the years and taken my kids when they were young on Nessie tracking holidays on our travels around Scotland and we have never seen a seal in the Loch. 

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AllPossible

Should go over & tap him on the head to see if he's still breathing

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acute

It's a family of baby nessies in a duck-style convoy. :yes:

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the13bats
1 hour ago, bigjim36 said:

right when i was gonna post the question why dont these cameramen of whatever ever go to get a closer look a better shot and you post this link,

the writer of that page is a bit diplomatic, he didnt call anyone a liar but if anyone said it went under, and it wasnt a waver going over it then they pretty much would be full of bull, my point is some are way too trusting that hoaxers are of intregrity.

so was dobby or ogopogo debunked yet?

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Seti42

"It disappeared after a minute beneath the water."

Then why doesn't your video show that bit? Nessie is great for tourism, though. In fact, if the Nessie craze/fandom just finally ended, it'd probably be devastating to the Loch Ness area's economy. 

 

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Earl.Of.Trumps
20 minutes ago, Seti42 said:

"It disappeared after a minute beneath the water."

Then why doesn't your video show that bit? Nessie is great for tourism, though. In fact, if the Nessie craze/fandom just finally ended, it'd probably be devastating to the Loch Ness area's economy. 

 

yup.  sorta makes one wonder. follow the $$  works a lot of times

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MrBene

You know, we all had some kicks with ol' Nessie stuff, I totally support the folk and the whole touristy thing around but it is just that, folk and tourism. Actually, I would like to visit some day just for the lulz. Now, releasing 10 second of a log footage, call it Nessie and then appear on the front page of a newspaper, like, make some effort bro.

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follow the $$  works a lot of times

and not just for monster hunters it works for ghost and ufologists alien hunters too :tu:

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Lilladybird1

We were there when this photo was taken & that day the water level in the Loch was at a normal level, a few days later the water level was lower & in that exact same spot there is a petrified log !!sticking out of the water. I am in no way saying that Nessie isnt real, but back up your claims if you think youve caught Nessie x

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Calibeliever
5 hours ago, Lilladybird1 said:

We were there when this photo was taken & that day the water level in the Loch was at a normal level, a few days later the water level was lower & in that exact same spot there is a petrified log !!sticking out of the water. I am in no way saying that Nessie isnt real, but back up your claims if you think youve caught Nessie x

Well said, and welcome to UM.

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LucidElement

Ive said this before, but if that really was anything of interest why wouldn't the photographer take more pictures and video footage? Or run down closer to the bank ? another far far video taken that cuts off after like 10 seconds lol.

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Calibeliever
1 minute ago, LucidElement said:

Ive said this before, but if that really was anything of interest why wouldn't the photographer take more pictures and video footage? Or run down closer to the bank ? another far far video taken that cuts off after like 10 seconds lol.

I can only speculate that's it's because the individual knew it was a log and he filmed and posted it as a "joke". 

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LucidElement
7 minutes ago, Calibeliever said:

I can only speculate that's it's because the individual knew it was a log and he filmed and posted it as a "joke". 

haha agreed.

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