The country in which Nessie is present
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The country in which Nessie is present

by Kotaro Shigeta
(Koiwa, Tokyo)

It is said that Nessie is in Scotland. It is the mysterious animal considered that Nessie is in Loch Ness. Loch Ness is a lake of very quiet and very rich nature. Therefore, it is an important place of wild birds and is registered with the Ramsar Convention.

There are many eyewitness testimonies of Nessie and it is the world's largest mystery along with UFOs. Nessie was a figure like a big plesiosaur. Therefore, people thought that it would be a survivor of a dinosaur and felt the romance largely.

Although the idea of Nessie's not really existing is common, I am very much excited at the latest research only by thinking "it may be."

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