Does A New Picture Show The Real Loch Ness Monster?

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DORES, SCOTLAND — As far as the most mysterious things in the world go, the Loch Ness Monster ranks right there at the top of the list. Now we may have the most compelling evidence yet for ol’ Nessie.

Check out this photograph taken by a nearby resident, that clearly shows something unusual in the water:

Photo By Ian Brenmer

Photo By Ian Brenmer

Yeah, unlike past pics, this is definitely something living and breathing and not some cardboard cut-out.

So what on earth is it? Well, some people who've seen it are suggesting that it might be three seals lined up perfectly to imitate the infamous monster.

Hey, this theory does hold some water, since, according to Scottish Natural Heritage, Scotland is home to “internationally important numbers” of seals, somewhere over 100,000.

So I guess it’s up to you to decide: does the photo show the world’s last dinosaur in hiding, or just synchronized seals?

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