Is the Lochness Monster Real?

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The Loch Ness monster is said to be real, and it is a dinosaur-like creature that is found in the Loch Ness River which is located in the North of Scotland and it is one of a series of interlinked lochs which run along the Great Glen. The evidence for its existence is a series of sightings of a plesiosaur-like dinosaur throughout the last 100 years. Many people believe that the size (21 square miles) and great depth of the loch (almost 800 feet), together with potential underwater caves, gives the monster many places to hide.
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The Loch Ness Monster is generally believed to be a modern day myth, since no reliable evidence of its existence has yet been found.
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The lochness monster is said to be found in Scotland. There is no hard evidence that it is nothing more than a mythical creature. Its suggested resemblance to the now instinct plesiosaurs
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