What is Nessie?

Although sightings of a strange creature in Loch Ness have been traced back to the sixth century, the modern legend began in 1933 when a journalist and water bailiff (a sort of lake policeman) reported seeing a dragon-like monster in the famed body of water. It is unfortunate the writer decided to use the word “monster” in this account, as we can attest that these creatures are anything but scary or monstrous. Of course, since that initial report, the legend of the loch ness “monster” has spread far and wide, fueling stories in books, movies, and imaginations around the world. The creature, itself, is described as resembling a plesiosaur, an aquatic dinosaur with a long neck and four flipper

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Preserving the Relationship Between Mythical Creatures and Humanity

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