A photo taken by a man recently has led many to believe that there is more than one monster under Loch Ness.
A man named Campbell is trying to convince people that there is more than one monster under Loch Ness lake through the photo he took at the end of last August.
He was cycling with his son when he discovered two very long streaks of water on Loch Ness Lake . Campbell took that picture with his phone. Estimate the length of each trail to 5 meters.
The picture was taken by Campbell (left) and the legendary picture of Loch Ness lake monster (right).
The explanation for the point is that these two animals are swimming in parallel but not one, he said that if this is an animal, the two streaks of water must lie on a straight line, if this is a water snake The giant is curving, it must be two sub-lines, not straight and parallel, as shown in the picture.
His photo has attracted a lot of interest from curious people. Most of them believe in the existence of Loch Loch Ness monsters and think it is possible to survive more than one monster on the bottom of this Loch Ness lake.
A lot of people after watching this picture have confirmed that they have also seen water streaks of similar length moving in parallel. They thought it was one or more monsters under Loch Ness.
The legend of Loch Ness lake monster has been around for hundreds of years. During that time many people tried to use a sweeping net along Loch Ness Lake to search for this giant monster but completely failed. They claim that under Loch Ness Lake is a huge unexplored cave system, and that the cave system may even reach the sea.
More and more evidence of the existence of this monster and many people also believe that there is more than one monster under Loch Ness lake, though not yet caught this monster so scientists still consider this an unproven hypothesis.