The most famous picture of Nessie the Loch Ness monster is ridiculous and the recent ‘exciting photos’ are equally ridiculous!

Personally, I despair at the Loch Ness monster stories. They are clearly fictional and exaggerated. The Loch Ness Monster does not exist. It is just that people like to think that it might exist because it brightens up their lives. And I want to refer …

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Ancient mythical sea monsters were based on a real whale feeding technique

Trap-feeding humpback whale

Humpback, minke and some baleen whales engage in trap feeding otherwise known as tread-water feeding. Fables recorded in ancient tales of sea monsters are likely to be based upon this feeding technique. More than 2,200 years ago, Greek scholars described how an enormous predator, so …

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