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Loch Ness Monster By: Andrew

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Transcript of Loch Ness Monster By: Andrew

BY: Andrew Jin Appearance Origin Evidence -Loch Ness
-22.5x1.25 miles
-Scotland
- sighted on land
-lowest point 786 feet deep
-average 450 feet deep - related to Plesiosaurs
-coloring
-serpentine appearance
-30-40 feet long
-flippers or feet
-small head narrow neck -565 A.D. "Life of St. Columba"
-1933 Spicers
-Plesiosaurs appeared 200 million-65 million years ago
-Loch Ness's age -565 A.D. "Life of St. Columba" River Ness
-1933 Spicers
-1987 Operation Deepscan 24 boats
-Google Earth picture of Nessie |
\/ Loch Ness Monster Surgeon's photo =>
is the most famous Loch
Ness Monster photo. Surgeon's photo was later found to be a fake. Sources -www.nessie.co.uk
-en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loch_Ness_M onster
-www.loch-ness-monster- nessieland.com/loch-ness-monster-history.shtml
-library.thinkquest.org/C004978F/Loch_Ness_Monster.htm Habitat view of Loch Ness Anything could lurk in Loch Ness. Lair? There are no known caves
where Nessie could hide. In case you're looking,
Nessie's not in this picture. See the resemblance? (Fake from Nessieland) (Plesiosaur) The End!!! Facts -Catchment area 1/4 in= 11 tons
-Thermocline
-more water than all of UK
-official name Nessiteras Rhombopteryx
-4000 claim to have seen nessie
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