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Loch Ness Monster - A Theory/Thought

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posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 03:52 PM
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Is not necessarily the Loch Ness Monster to be plesiosaur, which is the official version. Not if according to the way on movement of animal. According to eyewitnesses, it swims like a seal or something. Reptiles do not swim like this. The fish too. Probably Nesi (if it exists) is some kind of mammal, probably a relative of seals or dolphins. Or may be is something different.




posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 11:33 PM
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Originally posted by thegodoftears
Is not necessarily the Loch Ness Monster to be plesiosaur, which is the official version. Not if according to the way on movement of animal. According to eyewitnesses, it swims like a seal or something. Reptiles do not swim like this. The fish too. Probably Nesi (if it exists) is some kind of mammal, probably a relative of seals or dolphins. Or may be is something different.


Have you ever listened to the audio stuff they got of Champ? Something like a whale or dolphin, but, according to the experts, NOT any known species. So, very possible these things are some unknown relative. Possible something else that uses similar methods of communication, too. In any case, there are so many sightings of these things, in so many lakes, it's hard to believe they are ALL something known, and mistaken identity.





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