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Top 20 interesting facts about the Loch Ness Monster

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Things you may or may not know about Nessie

Rated 82 points - posted 9 years ago by kris in category Other.
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An average of 20 sightings are reported every year Report Abuse
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DEEZNUTS
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Nessie is love Nessie is life
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cool
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Thats amazing
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wow
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realy cool
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i like this. are they all telling the truth?
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It is a good site I think and I do hope other people like it
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More than 4000 people say they have seen Nessie Report Abuse
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monsters aren't even real but I like the effort keep up the good work but next time "get it right" hahahahaha
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such a lie
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LIARS!!
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wow how do u know that
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WOW!
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In 1975, Nessie gained the official name of Nessiteras rhombopteryx Report Abuse
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I didn't know that.😎😎😎😎 I guess I learn something new every day.
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I like Nessie
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Haha i thought the name wz frm 'ness'
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isnt that an anagram for monster hoax by sir peter s.?or somthing.
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very very long
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wow long name
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The Loch Ness Monster first hit the headlines in 1933 Report Abuse
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What really
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Cool not I don't know
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why did it take so long
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Underwater photographs were shown to the public for the first time in 1972 Report Abuse
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wow
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The Loch Ness Investigation Bureau was formed in 1960 Report Abuse
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wow!!
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holy moly
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WOAH!'!!!!
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Egyptian Plesiosaur Hyroglyph Report Abuse
Yes it's true (google it!) - and actual plesiosaur (Nessie?) carved in stone from the Egyptian period on the side of a sarcophagus! . . . How about that?!!!
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that might be fake
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The most famous photograph of the monster was taken in 1934 by British surgeon Robert Wilson Report Abuse
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why is this photo so famous
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This photo was a hoax and was actually taken by either Marmaduke Wetherell or Chris Spurling. I can't remember.
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Scientists are now exploring the possibility of Nessie being an oarfish Report Abuse
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This is amazing facts will use in my keynote for school.
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yup, very likely
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no way
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Searchers went beneath the surface for the first time in 1960 Report Abuse
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does that mean under water?
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seriously
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wow!
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The ‘surgeon’s photo’ in 1934 was a hoax staged by Marmaduke Wetherell Report Abuse
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A hoax well that means it is a trick i think
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we all know that!!
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well dont stupid
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Nessie may be a plesiosaur Report Abuse
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Yea what is a pelisouras or something i dont know
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nessie is not real
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I think it is a frozen dinosaur that was melted and now causes legend but nessie IS real
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Nessie IS real and if u don't believe me, look on Google earth!!! She had 2 survive the earth quake and maybe loads of fish survived in the same place as her and she lives or lived of fish.
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A plesiosaur probably escaped the volcano "attack" or so say when all the dinos' had to be extinct. Maybe using it's water flipper-like legs, it swam away liek the megalodon. This may or may not be true :)
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it has to be a plesiosaur
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A plesiosaur is an ancient creature said to live in the dinosaur era
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NESSIE IS REAL!!!
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whats a plesiosaur
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of course
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A recent theory is that Nessie may have been a bathing circus elephant Report Abuse
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It's true my dad showed me a pic
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nessie is real
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No way Nessie is a monster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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That isn't recent at all! That theory is something like 30 years old!
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Nessie may be a sea monster! Report Abuse
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DUH!!!!!!!
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Totally didn't see that coming
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actually nessie could be found on land too
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DUH!!!!
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Nessie may be a sea monster???????!!!!!!! Duh she IS a sea monster. Who dosen't know that?
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OH MY GOSH! Is that true?! I thought Nessie was just an impersonation of Jessie on Disney Channel! (Scarcasm)
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Oh my god i never knew (sarcasm)
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well loch means lake so yeah that is totally not a water monster. smh
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never! (sarcasm)
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Really? I didn't know that? (sarcasm)
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really
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nessie or the loch ness monster has never been found out exactly what it was i belive that the loch ness monster is just a elephand swimming in the water :/ and the information is at the loch ness monsters official page go there for more info on nessie thx Report Abuse
because it is more info about the loch ness monster
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a. What's an elephand? b. Does a elephand have a tail? c. Is an elephand a really good swimmer that go go really deep and far into a lake? d. I don't think an elephand exisits
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funny... but weird!
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probably true, they just do it to atract tourists and buisness men
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In 2003 a dinosaur fossil was found - Nessie? Report Abuse
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is it true
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2003 aint that long ago?
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In 2003, a BBC expedition concluded that, ‘no monster exists’ Report Abuse
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it does. how dumb are u people
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how do they know because no one knows for certain if nessie egsists
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disregard all coments
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no it didnt!
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Earthquakes have been suggested to explain Nessie sightings Report Abuse
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what! lies! o.o
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f. that no way im a believer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The first recorded sighting was in 565AD by St Columba Report Abuse
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yeh!!!!!!!
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he prolly dead then
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wow
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I didn't Know that
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Wow that sounds cool doesn't it
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That long ago???!!!!
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I am doing nessie research and this ahs really helped me Report Abuse
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Me too!
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In 1987, Operation Deepscan covered the entire surface of Loch Ness with 20 motor cruisers - and found nothing! Report Abuse
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All this is a bounch of bullsjit!
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Actually they found many underwater shapes that were of substantial size and strength, upon revisiting the area, they found nothing and decided the first sightings must have merely been moving debris or a large seal.
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In 1933, big game hunter Marmaduke Wetherell was hired to catch ‘the beast’ Report Abuse
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i have already done a report if you want to ask me anything i can help you
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Same and it hasn't helped AT ALL!
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i am also doing a report on nessie
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i am also doing a report on nessie to it is kinda tough
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who is that? by the way im doing a report on nessie and this has really helped me.
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A number of Loch Ness webcams have been set up for Nessie hunters Report Abuse
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