Robot Submarines discover Loch Ness “monster” bottom feeders in Nessie’s trenches

Loch Ness Submarine Drone
Loch Ness Submarine Drone

A fleet of state-of-the-art micro submarines has been plying the dark waters of Loch Ness in a scientific quest to capture DNA and other fragments from the aquatic plesiosaur.

Speaking exclusively to this Blog, Professor Theo Vindelwagen of the California Institute of Marine Supply Conservation said, “we are using laser RADAR submarines that are controlled by a Mother Ship on the surface of the loch. The early images are incredible – several plesiosaur shapes can be seen in submarine “herds” feeding at the bottom of the deepest areas. That’s new and proves that we have many monsters in this unique body of water”.

“Some of your readers may be familiar with the famous submarine that belongs to the British Antarctic Survey, “Boaty Mc. Boat Face”. Our drone subs are technologically superior and we have 35 units now roaming Loch Ness.”

The survey is expected to take a few more days and we look forward to publishing the results as they are created by the AI code. You can watch progress of expeditions via our Loch Ness live stream.