A tourist’s photo of a strange aquatic creature has sparked fresh and feverish speculation about Scotland’s fabled Loch Ness monster.
English tourist Steve Challice snapped the picture of what appears to be a large fish in Loch Ness during a holiday to Scotland in September.
Challice didn’t necessarily think the creature in his photo was the mythical Nessie. He told the UK’s Daily Record he’d merely been photographing some interesting ripples in the water, near the famous Urquhart Castle, when some kind of large fish came to the surface and went under water again.
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He said the creature was about 2.5m long and was about 9m away from him.
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