A global expedition, the largest in 51 years, is set먹튀검증 out to find the legendary monster “Nessie” who lives in Loch Ness in Scotland, UK.

As the water level of Loch Ness has dropped to an unprecedented level due to drought that swept across Europe, expectations are rising that it will be a great opportunity to capture Nessie. According to AFP and BBC

on the 25th (local time), the Nessie search will be conducted on the 26th and 27th. This search was planned by the local ‘Loch Ness Center’ and the ‘Loch Ness Expedition’, an autonomous research organization. The global expedition is the largest since the ‘Loch Ness Phenomenon Investigation Office’, which participated from all walks of life in the UK, conducted a large-scale search operation in 1972. About 200 people observe the water surface at the lakeside and help record natural phenomena. Nearly 300 people are involved in the live video showing the search operation. State-of-the-art equipment is also used. Drones equipped with thermal scanners fly over the lake. Boats equipped with high-infrared cameras are active on the lake, and hydrophones for detecting sound waves are active under the water. Loch Ness is 36 km long and has a maximum depth of 240 m. Records of the Loch Ness monster legend have appeared since the 6th century. In 1933, when reports of sightings by hotel manager Oldie Mackay and others were reported in local newspapers, Nessie was noted as one of the world’s greatest monsters. It has also been used as a material for movies and TV programs.

According to the Loch Ness Center, more than 1,100 Nessie sightings have been officially recorded to date.

I was disappointed with the fake photos. In 1934, a photo of a black object with its elongated head sticking out of the lake raised expectations, but eventually turned out to be fake.

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