Tourists hanging out at China’s Three Gorges Dam Scenic Area last week got to see what many are now describing as a “river monster” swimming in the Yangtze River.
Speculation was buzzing in late August after New Zealand geneticist Neil Gemmell announced that he was about reveal new information regarding the possible nature of the Loch Ness Monster.
Well, we’ve somehow made it to June, and that means those Loch Ness researchers are getting ready to head out and deep dive for Nessie DNA. Will they find any? Maybe!
Loch Ness is nearly 23 miles long and two miles wide, with depths of over 745 feet. And in those mysterious Scottish waters, many believe a monster lurks below. The Loch Ness Monster.
A video uploaded to YouTube this week purports to show what could be the fabled Loch Ness Monster. As the Scottish Daily Record reports, Rob Jones had been touring the Loch earlier this week when he captured what some are claiming is footage of the elusive creature. You can check it out in the above …
By surface area, the famous Loch Ness is only the second largest loch in Scotland, and yet it contains more water than all the lakes in England and Wales put together. According to Wikipedia, it’s deepest point is 755 feet (230 m), and floating peat causes the water to become dark and cloudy. Could there …
Britain’s first Buddhist Lama apparently believes the Loch Ness Monster exists, and may actually be a “spiritual entity” called a Nāga.