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Google Has Found The Loch Ness Monster

Google is using its Street View technology to hunt for evidence for the Loch Ness Monster in Scotland. 

The technology has so far captured images of various neighbourhoods where sightings of the infamous “nessie” have been reported, but never substantiated. 

One of the most recent pictures captured by Google (above) shows what appears to be a sighting of the monster poking its head above the water’s surface. A spokesperson for Google said, “We were surprised by this sighting, too … Is it a log, a bird or … the monster?!”

Wnd.com reports:

Google used a 40-pound Street View “Trekker” camera around the perimeter of the loch for a week, and also attached it to a boat for a week to collect its images atop the water surface.

It joined Catlin Seaview Survey to capture images from under the surface.

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Google used a 40-pound Street View “Trekker” camera around the perimeter of the loch for a week, and also attached it to a boat for a week to collect its images atop the water surface.

It joined Catlin Seaview Survey to capture images from under the surface.

Google says every month people search about 200,000 times for the Loch Ness Monster and 120,000 seek for information and accommodation near Loch Ness, even though “few people know what the loch even looks like,” according to the Telegraph.

On Tuesday, the Google Doodle – the image at the top of the search engine’s home page – is a tribute to the 81st anniversary of the publication of the infamous “Surgeon’s Photograph.”

  • Cheryl Kucharek

    HIPPO>????