Oh my my my, isn’t technology quite wondering? Well, Google Earth is great and it helped to solving a lot of mysteries including a plane crash a a while ago. The latest good thing that Google Earth did is to discover the Monster of Loch Ness. Yeah, that’s true. Nessie was spotted on Google Earth by Jason Cooke, a Sun reader who was browsing Google Earth to see some satellite photos. We don’t know if this is enough proof to testify in favor of the existence of the creature, but it’s good enough for us.
Nessie has been a mystery for hundreds of years and has fascinated not only people of Scotland and the UK, but people across the world who come to visit the lake hoping that they’ll spot the alleged creature. At the moment you can’t say that this is indeed the Loch Ness monster, but we have the right to dream.
Adrian Shine is a researcher working within the Loch Ness Project and he says that “this is really intriguing.” He wanted to underline the importance of further studies, however, there isn’t too much material in hand to look at.
Well, if you want to check Nessie and another supposed creature then enter Latitude 57°12′52.13″N, Longitude 4°34′14.16″W in Google Earth. Maybe that other giant creature is Nessie’s son, or a giant snake. I can’t wait for the results of the studies, meanwhile I’m going to get my camera.
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