posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 06:02 AM
Originally posted by nixie_nox
Nessie would have to be small as there isn't a whole lot in the loch for a monster to live off of. there wouldn't be enough fish.
I think you should learn more about Loch Ness before commenting, it is a very huge (for the uk) body of water, it is over 22 miles long and over a
mile wide in most parts, it is 230 meters deep (That is 755 feet.) In fact Loch Ness holds more fresh water than ALL of the lakes in in England and
Wales combined. to say it could not support a fish eating creature is ridiculous.
The photograph is deceptive, and many who have visited the lake or lucky enough to live by it will know that although the surface in the photo does
appear to be quite still, those ripples around it will be at least 12 - 18 inches high and I would estimate this creature (whatever is in the photo)
to be about 8 - 12 feet long so not a carp (Giant carp are not found in loch Ness anyway) could be a seal I suppose, I never saw seals when I was
there but that is not to say they never visit the Loch, however seals tend to keep their body under water and just their head pops up and this seems
to have an arched back, not typical of a seal.
I have actually met George Edwards, yes he really does believe in Nessie, however nothing he ever said or did would make me think for one second he
would fake a photo, he is all for scientific exploration, his burning curiosity is to know what Nessie is, not to convince others she exists. If he is
saying he got a photo of something on the Loch, I tend to believe him