Loch Ness Monster Finally Explained

Submitted by: Lionhart2 7 years ago in Funny

It turns out it WAS a hoax - just not who you thought.
There are 42 comments:
Female 5,222
lmao XDD
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Male 177
hmm.........odd.......
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Male 695
Funneh... But they should have used images of fresh water fish instead of salt water ones...
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Male 500
That`s not Scotland, you can see blue bits between the clouds.
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Male 4,290
This is completely not true. The Loch Ness Monster is 100% real, and you all should come and spend lots of your money here in Scotland hoping for a glimpse of Nessie.

This completely unbiased message was brought to you by VisitScotland.com.
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Male 68
......... I`m pretty sure this is a doctored image
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Male 70
Elephants are a real theory behind the Loch Ness Monster.
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Male 103
hahaha i laughed out loud
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Male 2,424
silly chop, but I like it.
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Male 37
iLOL`d
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Female 1,048
After the fotos of the elephant playing `toss the lizard` - nothin` would suprise me!
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Female 111
hahaha, that`s great. after all this time, it was just elephant shenanigans. :)
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Male 2,690
I luled
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Male 8,300
> zookuw
> Still bored...I don`t see why this crap gets on here

Hmmm... zookuw... doesn`t ring any bells.
Checks links... NONE.
Checks submissions... NONE.

Maybe THAT`S why...
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Male 770
that makes more sense than some other explainations i`ve heard
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Male 25,416
lolz
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Male 4,680
"Dude, it`s a freshwater loch with no connection to the ocean... "
Yeah, that`s my fault. Turns out that the link was describing an area near Loch Ness rather than the loch itself. No dolpins after all :(

However there are seals!

@Owanie- No problemo.
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Male 240
Angillion:

All that is "certain" is that an elephant`s trunk had made for the renowned grainy black-and-white photograph. Other sightings might have been based purely on the people`s search for magic in their lives. Or there might be something out there. I remain to be a pyrrhonian skeptic so I won`t take any stands.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Not even sure if circus "phants can explain it. Not too confident on the elephants abaility to see and swim in the loc due to the extreme currents and nearly bllack water. It is the whole reason people have not been able to prove or disprove the monster.[/quote]

Maybe...elephants are strong swimmers, so they can handle strong currents. Lot of power in an elephant. The water isn`t black at the surface and elephants are surface swimmers, effectively snorkelling partially above and partially below the surface.

I`m not so sure about the size, too. An elephant`s trunk isn`t that big. I`m not sure anyone could mistake a couple of feet of trunk from a snorkelling elephant as the head and neck of a large animal.
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Male 15,510
Take that conspirationists
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Male 97
More like the Lake Champlain monster.
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Male 782
I always dreamed my last name was Ness. My wife would ask me on the way out the driveway:

- Did you lock, Ness?

Mmmmmm....
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Male 1,054
"Dude, it`s a freshwater loch with no connection to the ocean... "

There are species of dolphins and seals that live in freshwater.
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Male 240
Sorry gorgack, for posting what you apparently already posted.
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Male 240
Actually, it was revealed several years ago that the infamous photograph of the alleged serpent`s head was in fact a photo of an elephant underwater, using its trunk for breathing. I`m not sure what the elephant was doing there, but it did have something to do with a circus, crazy as it may sound. It was quite easy to unveil, unlike stuff like Ogopogo or Franny.
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Female 3,726

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Male 2,700
Not even sure if circus "phants can explain it. Not too confident on the elephants abaility to see and swim in the loc due to the extreme currents and nearly bllack water. It is the whole reason people have not been able to prove or disprove the monster.

Personally I think as humans we should stop the hunt. If it is ever proved real how long before some jerkoff decideds they havent killed a (w/e it is) before and wants the damn thing. Or a scientist wants to study it. Or it kills someone and it must be euthinized for "public saftey". Just leave the damn thing alone already. Go hunt for bigfoot. Ive heard hairlyy hobos are popular this time of year.
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Male 6,693
Elephants like a good joke just as much as the next guy.
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Male 4,745
I KNEW IT!!!!!!
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Male 12,138
[quote]Personally I think it`s people seeing dolphins or seals and assuming that it`s a monster.[/quote]
Dude, it`s a freshwater loch with no connection to the ocean...
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Male 877
`Watch out for the coral you bafoon!`...elephants have been a f u c k i n` liability around the shores and in Lough Ness for 700years...time somebody put a stop to this nonsense...
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Male 211
haha i`m slightly amused
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Male 4,680
And just found a source to prove I`m not making this up. Too lazy to redo my post to fit it in though.
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Male 4,680
This is actually more true than you`d think. One of the theories going round is that Loch Ness Monster sightings are just people mis-identifying swimming elephants (as in circus elephants being allowed to relax in between shows by swimming in the loch). Doesn`t really explain why the sightings appear year round but hey.

Personally I think it`s people seeing dolphins or seals and assuming that it`s a monster.
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Male 40,772
Elephants running amuck in Scotland - big problem there eh? (lolz!)
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Female 2,120
Tricksy elephants.
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Male 316
lol
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Male 10,855
Nice one Lionhart!
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Male 232
Damn Elephants. Always hoaxing the world.
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Male 195
Double toast, we need a voting system.
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Male 195
Still bored...I don`t see why this crap gets on here.
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Male 8,300
Link: Loch Ness Monster Finally Explained [Rate Link] - It turns out it WAS a hoax - just not who you thought.
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