A mysterious living thing―Nessie
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A mysterious living thing―Nessie

by Yui Fujisawa
(Kanagawa-ken)

An image of Nessie

An image of Nessie

When I think about Scotland, the word "Nessie" occurs to me. Do you know "Nessie"? Is it an animal? Is it a food? Is it a place name? Today, I want to talk about it.

Nessie is a popular name of the cryptid, "Loch Ness Monster." It is said to live in Loch Ness, the lake in northwestern Scotland. Since 1993, a lot of eyewitness information of Nessie has been reported, and pictures of it have been opened to the public. On the other hand, many scientists and zoologists have denied the existence of it.

I think Nessie exists, because the Earth is large and full of many forms of life, and there are many other mysterious living things.

What do you think? :D

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