Watch for the Loch Ness monster without even leaving your comfortable and cozy home. Loch Ness is a large and deep lake Ness (loch – Scottish for ‘lake’) in Scotland, it is the second large lake by surface area in Scotland.
Watch for the Loch Ness monster without even leaving your comfortable and cozy home.
Loch Ness is a large and deep lake Ness (loch – Scottish for ‘lake’) in Scotland, it is the second large lake by surface area in Scotland. This lake is best known for the mythical creature called The Loch Ness Monster that is considered to live in its waters.
Loch Ness Monster, also known as Nessie, is believed to be a huge unknown animal living in the lake Ness that looks similar to the monsters in other Scottish lakes, though its picture differs from one report to another. Nessie was first brought to public by Hugh Gray’s photo in 1933. Many people tried to prove the existence of the Nessie, but no one succeeded in this affair since 1933. In 2011 Marcus Atkinson, a local boat worker, managed to take the photo of the sonar image of the unrecognizable object that was 1.5 m long and followed his boat for several minutes. In 2013 David Elder showed a short video about a strange wave in lake Ness that could have been made by the creature 4.5 m long. In 2014, users of Apple Maps reported that they can see something like a creature nearly 30 m long just below the surface of the lake, but this fact was strongly criticized by experts.
In 2015 Google launched the service that allows users from all over the world to join the search of Nessie in Scotland. Company mounted a live-video camera on board of the boat that provides people with the 360-degree view of all the lake Ness. Now there’s no need to travel to Scotland, interested users can simply open this link that will transfer them to the camera on the boat. One can observe the surface of the lake as well as the underwater world of Loch Ness. But, unfortunately, there is not much to see in the dark underwater part of lake Ness.
Loch Ness is a lost world, but it can be accessed through technology
– said Adrian Shine, the head of the Loch Ness project.