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Weird News Is this REALLY Nessie? Tourist's photo showing creature rising from water sparks online claims that it could be 'one of the best ever' pictures of Loch Ness Monster

07:45  24 june  2020
07:45  24 june  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Tourist ' s photo showing creature rising from water sparks online claims that it could be ' one of the best ever ' pictures of Loch Ness Monster . Steve Challice took photos of a big creature when he was on holiday in Scotland. He posted them online and many people have commented it is Nessy

The Loch Ness Monster , or Nessie (Scottish Gaelic: Uilebheist Loch Nis), is a cryptid in cryptozoology and Scottish folklore that is said to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It is often described as large, long-necked, and with one or more humps protruding from the water .

a fish swimming in a body of water: Steve Challice photographed a big creature in the Loch Noss while on holiday and people think it is the Loch Ness monster © Provided by Daily Mail Steve Challice photographed a big creature in the Loch Noss while on holiday and people think it is the Loch Ness monster

People think a tourist's incredible photographs have captured the Loch Ness Monster with some claiming it is 'the best picture ever' of all the sightings. 

Steve Challice, from Southampton, photographed a creature from the shore opposite to Urquhart Castle on the banks of the Lock Ness when on holiday in Scotland. 

Steve said he saw a ripple in the water and assumed it was a big fish that he estimated was eight feet long.

Steve told the Daily Record he thought it was a cat fish and only posted the photos to see if people could help him identify the creature.  

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The Loch Ness monster , also called “ Nessie ”, is a creature that is supposed to live in Loch Ness , the largest a lake in northern Scotland. In the following decades most scientists declared the sightings a fake and claimed that it was impossible for a dinosaur-like creature to have survived for millions of

A photo of a strange object moving in the waters of Loch Ness is sparking debate. Campbell added that the picture , along with other pictures of the loch , is a "little bit indistinct," but added that with the detailed report handed in, "there is really no clear explanation as to what the family caught on

He said: 'In my opinion (and I'm no expert) I think it's a large fish that got into the Loch from the sea. 

'As to what it is personally, I think it's a cat fish or something like that but a big one. 

'Someone suggested it may be a sturgeon. 

'It's very large as the bit you can see must be at least 8-foot-long and who can tell what amount is below the surface. 

a person flying a kite in front of a body of water: Steve saw a ripple in the water before noticing the creature he thinks is a big fish or seal despite people's claims it is the Monster © Provided by Daily Mail Steve saw a ripple in the water before noticing the creature he thinks is a big fish or seal despite people's claims it is the Monster

'The water is very dark in Loch Ness so it's hard to tell. “I saw a disturbance in the water in front of me and took an image, then a second one and suddenly this fish came out of the water and I got an image of it.  

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A tourist has captured an incredible series of photographs that have sparked online claims that he has snapped a picture of the Loch Ness Monster . Steve Challice, from Southampton, was on holiday in Scotland in September with his brother last year, when they decided to visit Urquhart Castle on the

Found, Nessie ' s long-lost cousin: Dolphin-like reptile lived 170million years ago in seas around what is A description of the creature appears in a study in the Scottish Journal of Geology. Skye is one of the This famous picture appearing to show a creature rising from the water of Loch Ness was

'It was gone almost instantly so much so I wasn't sure if I had got it or not. 

'I guess it was something of a fluke shot. 

'I waited about for a bit and took another image but didn't see the fish again.' 

He took the photos in September but only had time to look through them during lockdown.  

When he posted them people kept commenting that the photos looked like the Loch Ness Monster.  

Author Roland Watson, who runs the Loch Ness Mystery blog, said the picture is the best picture of a possible Loch Ness Monster sighting ever. 

a person flying a kite in front of a body of water: Some people have doubts the photographs are real and fear the creature was photoshopped into them © Provided by Daily Mail Some people have doubts the photographs are real and fear the creature was photoshopped into them

Roland included in his blog examples of previous sightings which were unclear 'webcam blobs' making this photo, if real, the clearest one to date. 

But Roland has doubts about whether the pictures are real writing on his blog: 'A zoom in on the object raises an eyebrow'.   

Roland contacted Steve and is in discussion with him about whether the picture has been photoshopped.    

Steve said the photos are real but that he genuinely thinks the photos have only captured a big fish. 

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