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Loch Ness Monster (Plesiosaurus bullcrapius), appears mysteriously behind wildlife photographer Hal Brindley. Loch Ness, Scotland

Loch Ness Monster

(Plesiosaurus bullcrapius)

Cristina and I visited the Scottish Highlands in 2010 and spent two nights in a small B&B in Fort Augustus, right on the shore of Loch Ness. We jokingly enjoyed the tales of the Loch Ness Monster and took some silly photos of ourselves posing in front of the lake. But it wasn’t until two days ago, going through my files to find a Daily Creature, that I discovered something odd in the background of this particular photo. A decidedly serpentine neck protruding from the water in the background. It’s a bit blurry so it’s hard to say exactly what it was. But it does seem a little suspicious. You be the judge.

Photographed in Fort Augustus, on Loch Ness, Scotland.

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