Satellite captures the Loch Ness Monster

Satellite captures the Loch Ness Monster

The famous Scottish Lake monster, Loch Ness has been captured from the satellite of Google.

The mysterious animal whose existence has not been demonstrated early falls on pictures taken by satellite Google Art.

The examined satellite images were acquired by staff from a British Tabloid after, 25 years old man sent then to the editorial.

The images show a monster of about 20 meters in length with a tail and 4 legs close the fins.

Experts worldwide believe that Nessie is a Plesiosaur that has survived until today.

He is among the largest animals of its time however the Ichthyosaurs reached a staggering 23 meters in length. They both live underwater.

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Egoistic
Egoistic
05.10.2013 21:06
50feet of shit, then comes this
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kp
kp
05.08.2013 09:56
Stop spamming mysteries24.
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Nick
Nick
05.08.2013 09:45
Is this a fucking joke?
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sujata
sujata
01.08.2013 11:50
where is the monster
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jessica
jessica
21.07.2013 17:34
i did not see the photo of the monster...
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