This image, taken by an Apple map satellite, depicts a shadowy form of around 100 feet in length with something akin to flippers in the water of the Loch Ness. The image has been studied for six months by experts at the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, the Club has concluded the shadow is most probably the Loch Ness Monster. This sighting is the first reported in 18 months, the longest that Nessie has been missing since 1925.
In 2007 Gordon Holmes, a 55 year old English lab technician, claimed to have captured the most compelling evidence of the fabled Loch Ness Monster. ‘I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw this jet black thing, about 45-feet long, moving fairly fast in the water’, said Mr Holmes
This underwater photo, taken in 1972, seems to show a plesiosaur-like creature.
Bank manager Peter MacNab snapped a photo of something large moving through the water of the loch near Urquhart Castle in July 1955
Taken in 1972, this photograph seems to show the Loch Ness Monster moving towards the right with its hump protruding well above the surface and its mouth open
In 1951, Lachlan Stuart took a picture of mysterious humps rising from the loch. Author Richard Frere later revealed that Stuart had confessed to him the humps were nothing more than bales of hay
On November 12, 1933, Hugh Gray was walking back from church along the shore of Loch Ness when he saw an 'object of considerable dimensions, making a big splash with spray on the surface of the Loch’
Dubbed the Loch Ness Muppet, this 1977 attempt to prove the monster’s existence proved to be a fake.
The “Surgeon’s Photograph” (pictured above) is purported to be the first photo of a “head and neck”, and is one of the most iconic Nessie photos. Supposedly taken by Robert Kenneth Wilson, a London gynaecologist, it was published in the Daily Mail on 21 April 1934. Wilson’s refusal to have his name associated with the photograph led to it being nicknamed the “Surgeon’s Photograph”. He claimed that he was looking at the loch when he saw the monster, so he grabbed his camera and snapped four photos. Only two exposures came out clear: the first one shows what was claimed to be a small head and back, while the second one shows a similar head in a diving position. The first one became iconic, while the second attracted little publicity because it was difficult to interpret what was depicted, due to its blurry quality.
Fun fact , There is a fish called the sarcastic fringehead that lives in a large shell and goes completely aggro whenever anything gets to close. It also shows dominance to others of its species by opening it’s mouth like an umbrella and bashing it against its rival’s like they're aggressively making out. Below is a picture of this terrifying little sea demon.Here have some nightmares, you’re welcome.
(The backstory: I used to work at the educational center of a zoo. One of my responsibilities was the touch tank. I’d happily pick up regular sear stars because they just sat there. But once a brittle star was picked up, it would start waving its arms around and trying to move on you. I was so freaked out by this that I picked one up once and refused to ever again.)
Found about a mile downward, these fish can be either jet black or translucent in color & have ‘photophores’, or 'light organs’, that emit bioluminescent light. Like the angler fish, they too use bioluminescence to lure in prey
All of the tank fish have escaped to the ocean and you must play mini-games to get them farther out to sea. Collect sea tokens and purchase items in the interactive reef. Create and view your very own personal reef!
Like Marlin always tells you, the Big Blue is a dangerous place. From stinging jellyfish to hungry sharks and creepy deep-sea creatures, there’s no shortage of ways for a little…
These oinkers have several legs and are actually a type of sea cucumber found in very deep waters throughout the world’s ocean. Researchers have seen sea pigs in large groups numbered in the hundreds crawling on the sea floor!
Strange Never-Before-Seen Sea Creatures Discovered 20,000 Feet Under The Sea
These alien-looking creatures were discovered by America’s Ocean Exploration Team on the seafloor near Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. The Puerto Rico Trench is deepest trench in the Atlantic Ocean, reaching depths of up to 8,800 m and extending for over 800 km.
95% of the ocean remains unexplored… Many of the these deep-sea dwelling animals are rarely seen, and some creatures were so new that they don’t even have a name. 100 species of fish, 50 species of deep-water corals, and hundreds of other invertebrates were recorded over 12 dives.
Zombie worms live in the bones of dead whales. With no mouth, anus or gut, the four-centimeter-long worms survive by secreting an acid that breaks up the whalebone. With the help of a symbiotic partner-in-crime (bacteria that digest whale fat), worms are able to absorb nutrients.