|Posted by Jack Cary on June 3, 2019 at 1:35 PM|
Loch Ness monster 'might be real' after scientists make 'surprising' discovery.
PIA has developed a theory that these animals are using Loch Ness as a spawning pool and are entering the Loch through underground channels that lead to the sea. This explains both the relatively small number of sightings and the fact that the Loch does not have a viable food source for creatures of this size.
In the early 1970s, a group of people led by Robert H. Rines obtained some underwater photographs. Two were rather vague images, perhaps of a rhomboid flipper (though others have dismissed the image as air bubbles or a fish fin). The alleged flipper was photographed in different positions, indicating movement.
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