Not sure where this fits in in terms of this forum, but this is an interesting story... http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,543280,00.html no I wouldn't have taken it seriously, but I went ahead and put in the long/lat in my google earth program, and it came up just like the picture. So what is that? Is that a squid? Sure looks like a squid. Could a species of squid have been isolated there in the Loch, adapted and become an indigenous species there in the loch? Well? Could they have? I know that some species of jellyfish have done this, and aren't all species of freshwater fish originally from the oceans? I don't know the physiology of squids like a lot of you all do, but COULD they have done this? Sure looks like a squid to me, you can even see the eyes. This would explain a lot of the old pictures too, with the undulating "humps" of the so-called Loch Ness Monster. And the head for that matter. That's from the Sun but you can see this yourself on line on google earth or with the stand alone image. What do you all think?