Loch Ness Monster Caught on Google Earth: Plesiosaur Proof?
The famed Loch Ness Monster has been found! Well, maybe; Jason Cooke was browsing satellite images of the earth using everyone's favourite omnipotent eye in the sky, Google Earth, when he spotted what could potentially be "Nessie." Could this be proof that a Plesiosaur is in existance?
Jason Cooke spotted "Nessie" while browsing the website's satellite photos.
The shape seen on the surface of the 22-mile Scottish loch is 65ft long and appears to have an oval body, a tail and four legs or flippers.
Some experts believe Nessie may be a Plesiosaur, an extinct marine reptile with a shape like the Google image.
Security guard Jason, 25, of Nottingham, said: "I couldn't believe it. It's just like the descriptions of Nessie."
Researcher Adrian Shine, of the Loch Ness Project, said: "This is really intriguing. It needs further study."
I have to admit, if anyone could find "Nessie" it would be those folks from Google.