Reclaiming the Loch Ness Monster from the current tide of debunking and scepticism. If you believe there is something strange in Loch Ness, read on.
Good show, thanks.
Yes, good show GB. Cheers.
Very informative and kept me interested for the whole show, which is no mean feat. I'm just wondering how you might think that a water breather could walk on land? I'm aware it does happen with certain fairly small creatures, but have never heard of anything large with this ability.
Martin, eels can travel on land for some distance. If a small eel can do it, then why not a big one?
Precisely. Which is my contention that the LNM could very well be some type of eel-like creature. Emphases on eel-like, not eel. Which would also account for land sightings.
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If these creatures moved on land, even once in a blue moon, we'd be seeing a darn sight more of them and their existence would have been confirmed beyond doubt years ago. It's not a remote shoreline.
We have about 35 land sightings reports over 100 years or more. The average is one every 6 years IIRC. I wouldn't hinge the case for the Loch Ness Monster based on those stats.
Giant salamanders can. Chinese ones grow to 6 feet.
Forgive me for my ignorance gentlemen (and possibly lady, Nessie hunter).