Latest Loch Ness Monster "Evidence"
The latest “evidence” of a “monster” inhabiting Loch Ness in Scotland, worthy of headlines at multiple online news websites, is video footage of some ripples in the water. That’s it. Oh my, how standards of evidence have shrunk in the world of journalism! The Loch Ness monster is perhaps, ironically, the greatest unsinkable rubber duck in the history of cryptozoology. The fact that there is zero evidence to support the claims of a monstrous creature inhabiting the loch is irrelevant. The legend is what is important, and thanks to an all-too-willing media, The Loch Ness Monster will continue to rise to the surface of headline news.
Have a look for yourself at the latest “evidence”. As reported by The Daily Record, Connie Ross and her daughter Reyshell Avellanoza were taking pictures at the Loch Ness, when suddenly, a black hump arose from the water. They were so taken aback at what they were witnessing, by the time they got their video recorder to roll, the object sank back below the depths, and all that remained were the ripples in the water.
It must have been a plesiosaur which has managed to survive its species extinction from 66 million years ago, with no physical remains of its parents or any other descendants to be found, not to mention having no viable food source that the loch could possibly provide for such a creature. What other explanation could there possibly be?