Sunday, May 1, 2011

Loch Ness Monster in "Google Earth!"

The LochNess monster has been seen and debated since medieval times.  Many attempts to capture it on film and sonar have produced interesting evidence.  Now with the availability of satellite imagery in "Google Earth";  anyone can search for Nessie.  Here is a possible image for the creature, which is from the northern end of the Loch.  You can see a tear drop shaped body, with a neck and head projecting from it.  It appears to be looking behind itself.  The creature has a 17' wide by 20' long body, with a neck approximately 20' long!  Careful, he might bite if you zoom in!!!


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