Discussion in 'Cranchiidae' started by myopsida, Aug 27, 2009.
enter coordinates Latitude 57°12'52.13"N, Longitude 4°34'14.16"W in Google Earth.
hmmmmmmmm, that's loch ness, which is fresh water I believe, also has a bunch of myths surrounding it.... seems like someone's either playing a trick, it's a cloud, or something, any suggestions? here's a screen shot.
the more i look at it, it's just a boat
Small boat with wake, or, alternatively, a lone plesiosaurus surviving for over 65 million years and finally deciding to go live in a fresh water lake that formed 12000 years ago? I'll go with the colossal
Basking shark carcass?
no, it's a group of seals in tight formation.
Chris, you are cruel!
Zoom out a bit and work out where those coordinates are!
Sea otters? An extraordinary eel?
Looks like Neil Diamond to me.
Yikes, Loch Ness. Don't let the cryptozoologists get wind of this, they'll start defending ob's statement!
I doubt Google would allow a trick like this, they seem to usually be on the top of their game. Most likely a large boat with a wake (There is a "Cruise Loch Ness" business on the lake).
Anyway, I'm definitely going to use this to freak out my younger more impressionable sister!
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