Biggest Hunt Ever for the Loch Ness Monster | Sciences
There is no doubt that one of the most famous legends in the world is the Loch Ness monster, of which many fake footage has appeared on the Internet over the past decades and many expeditions have been organized to find it, but this weekend the largest hunt for the monster to date took place.
Since the early 1970s, the legend of Nessie has sent locals and the world into a frenzy, and it can now be said with certainty that it is not a giant eel, as a recently published study suggests. However, now, the research, organized by volunteer research groups called the Loch Ness Center and Loch Ness Exploration, wants to finally put an end to the story.
During the search over the weekend, drones with infrared cameras were flying over the lake, but a hydrophone was also deployed to search for underwater sounds. the They didn’t find anything on the drone, but they could hear four distinct soundsThis shocked the volunteers so much that they forgot to record it. According to the head of Loch Ness Exploration, they don’t yet know what that sound is or from which area it could be coming.
Additional data recorded over the weekend is still under investigation, but so far nothing interesting or evidence of a monster has been found aside from sound.