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When you have a powerful tool like Google Street View, you could use it to virtually explore the wonders of the world or visit landmarks from the comfort of your own home. Or you could do something truly important with it – like search for the Loch Ness Monster.
Has Apple Maps succeeded where centuries of monster hunters have failed by delivering the first concrete evidence of the fabled Loch Ness Monster? Members of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club believe so, but other experts are considerably more skeptical, according to media reports published late last week.
Accounts of the Loch Ness monster date back over 1,500 years, with modern sightings starting around 1933, according to History.com. The last 18 months, however, Nessie has been decidedly absent.
According to several UK news sites, one man is finally sharing pictures which he claims offer undeniable proof of Nessie’s existence.
The Loch Ness monster is back - and there's video. A man has captured what Nessie watchers say is possible footage of the supposed mythical creature beneath Scotland's most mysterious lake.
She's as much an emblem, and a tourist draw, as tartan, bagpipes, and shortbread. And now Nessie's back.
Some people are laughing, yes laughing, at Wednesday's Rancho Palos Verdes mountain lion sighting. But not me. No sir.
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