The Loch Ness Monster Legend

December 18, 2009 | In: Famous myths

Stories about the aquatic monster that lives in Loch Ness, Scotland, dates back 1,500 years ago, but the modern legend was born om the May 2 1933 when it was published the news that this monster was seen.

British newspapers have sent reporters to Scotland to see the monster. Were found traces of a huge four-legged animal. Casts have been taken from the trace found in the ground and have been sent to the British Museum of Natural History, which announced that the traces were of a hippopotamus.

In 1934, a famous photo appeared, with a dinosaur like creature, whose neck long leaves whirling waters.
This photo made some people to speculate that Nessie ( the monster) was the only survivor of a species
long gone, plesiosaurus.

Were made expeditions in the 80′s and 90′s also but results were inconclusive.

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