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Loch Ness Monster on Apple Maps? Bizarre image captured on satellite image

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The Loch Ness Monster was recently spotted on an image that popped up on Apple Maps, or at least that's what the true Nessie believers are saying today. Is this bizarre shape seen in the middle of the lake really the Loch Ness Monster? If Nessie really does exist, then it was just a matter of time before a satellite picked up the large water creature that is said to make its home in this lake in Scotland.

According to Time Magazine on April 19, the image is either the real deal, if you listen to the Loch Ness Monster enthusiasts, or it’s the wake of a boat if the critics' views are more to your liking. There is something under the surface of the lake and it happens to be fairly large, anyway you look at it!

This image looks very similar to an image that went viral a few years back that was captured by Google Earth. This was brought to the world’s attention back then by a bored security guard working the night shift somewhere out there! Already the image has gone viral and Nessie believers are calling it the most compelling piece of evidence yet to come down the pike, or in this case the Loch!

The image appears to be just under the water's surface and you can see what looks like appendages protruding from the main body of the image. These could be possibly flippers or some sort of aquatic arms. The flippers or arms are being explained today by critics as “waves.” Those are some pretty big waves that appear in one spot on an otherwise calm lake. Some say the image is nothing more than the wake of a boat. You don’t see a boat anywhere in site in this image taken from a satellite in space.

This latest image of Nessie has been around for a few months, but the people who brought it to the world’s attention first asked some “experts” to take a look at the photo and offer up any types of probabilities for this image, other than the Loch Ness Monster. The experts were “simply at a loss” on coming up with a logical explanation, claims Web Pro News today.

Is this an image of the Loch Ness Monster? While it sounds like an impossibility to some, why would anyone be so closed minded to think that it is impossible for a water creature to live in the very deep Loch Ness? Look at the size of the whales, squid and even sharks that have come from the depths of the ocean. Why not something comparable from the depths of a lake? While you can’t say that this image is positive proof, you can say that it is food for thought!

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