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The Loch Ness Monster

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CARLA HOLMES

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of The Loch Ness Monster

Nessie
Nessie is said to be a monster that lives in the Loch Ness in Scottland.Some people think that Nessie is real,but here is what we found....
The story we found
An Irish monk came across a few people burying a man.They said he was swimming in Loch Ness when a ''water beast" mauled him and dragged him underwater.
Threory one:She is a plesiosaur
This theory has been around since the first sighting, but there are two problems. 1:The plesiorsaus was not physically able to lift their heads above the water. 2:Between the extinction of the plesiorsaus and the formation of the Loch Ness there was a period of glaciation that left the region encased in miles of ice.



Extra Facts
The Loch Ness Monster is not identified to any speices or families
The Loch Ness Monster
Malex Comer
by
Maddilyn Young
with Scobby-Doo
The first discovery was in 1933
Nessie eats salmon, sea trout, zoo plankton, minnow, brown trout, pike, and stickleback
brown trout
Theory 2: She is an old boat
Old boat peices can cause waves in the Loch Ness.The waves can make them look like a sea monster in the ink black water of the Loch ness monster.
Our Theory
We think that the Loch Ness monster is nothing more than old boats and animals like seals
Websites
Quora.com/what-are-the-theories-on-the-Loch-Ness-monster
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