posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 08:50 PM
reply to post by loam
That seriously looks like a Bowhead whale.
thread about bowhead whales
I believe these whales use the lochs as a nursery for their babies. It's the right size, shape, and color. We know very little about them. Their
exceptional life spans would explain the lack of proof. They may not give birth very often, and would therefore not be in the loch.
I think Nessie legend will shortly become Nessie truth. In the form of a big honking bowhead whale in the most unlikely place.
FYI, Bowheads live their lives under ice mostly. If any of these lochs do have caverns to the ocean, a Bowhead might be the one animal to find them,
and enjoy them.
edit on 3-8-2012 by AnarchysAngel because: (no reason given)