Tuesday, May 9, 2017
About The Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness is the second largest loch (lake) in Scotand with depths reaching over 750 feet! Loch Ness is famous for its creature, known as Nessie. The first recorded sighting was almost 1500 years ago!
In 1933, a man claimed the monster crossed the road in front of him. This led to increased interest in Nessie. Nessie hunters have used underwater cameras, fishing nets, and even submarines to try to locate her.
Some scientists think a family of sea dinosaurs, called plesiosaurs, might have become trapped in the loch. Other theories suggest the monster is a huge fish, surfacing trees, earthquake activity, or even swimming elephants.
Nessie is the most famous lake monster in the world. She's been in books, movies and TV shows. There's even a Loch Ness Monster roller Coaster.Is the Loch Ness Monster Real? Become a reading ninja, and decide for yourself.
READ ABOUT NESSIE IN "THE TOTALLY NINJA RACCOONS AND THE SECRET OF NESSMUK LAKE"