Is Nessie a Loch Ness Cryptid? The cryptozoology angle

by Mikko on Sun 14 Mar 2010 20:02 GMT

Nessie poses a continuing problem for science. In cryptozoology she is referred to as a cryptid; a creature that is thought to exist but which has not so far been proven beyond reasonable doubt. Certainly, it’s not possible to state that the Loch Ness Monster is in fact a plesiosaur or a seal, salmon, eel or sturgeon but the abundance of eye witness evidence must lead to the conclusion that something is in the water and we just haven’t found it yet.

Bearing in mind that Loch Ness contains more fresh water than all of the lakes in England and Wales put together and is so deep that it would comfortably drown London’s Telecom Tower (formerly the Post Office Tower) then you can picture why we are finding it so hard to get conclusive proof. But the search continues and the truth is out there!

Author: blogmaster55

Probably the world's leading Loch Ness Monster Expert

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