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GLASGOW – A Google Earth user has found what he believes to be satellite images of the Loch Ness Monster!

Jason Cooke, a security guard in Nottingham, UK, said he found the image while looking around on Google Earth. He is convinced that the strange shape he sees in the water is the famous Loch Ness Monster.


It is believed to be about 65 feet long, with a number of “tentacles” trailing behind. While there is no official way to investigate the image as it is unknown when it was taken, Adrian Shine, one of the researchers at the Loch Ness Project, said, “This is really intriguing. It needs further study.”

Nessie experts had been worrying that climate change had killed off the monster and its possible family, as there have been no sightings in over a year. Gary Campbell, of the monster’s official fan club, said, “I’m concerned. There have been none of the normal sightings that verify that Nessie and her family are still alive and well.”

Google has yet to release an official statement on the image, as they did for when a user thought they found the lost city of Atlantis.