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Lake Monster Photographed in Russia?

The Daily Mail is reporting on a new photo of a supposed lake monster taken at Lake Khanto, Russia. Of course it is called the "Russian version of the Loch Ness Monster."
Lake Monster?
(Daily Mail)

The article says:

"Nature lovers claim they have found the Russian version of the legendary Scottish Loch Ness monster.
"The supposed Russian Nessie - the mythical sea creature [It would be a lake creature, not sea - TH] - was captured on camera in photographs showing what appears to be a white head and part of a body of a sea monster coming from the water.
"The photographs were taken at Lake Khanto in the city of Noyabrsk in north-central Russia's Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug region by a man out for his morning run.
"Dmitry Kim was exercising at the picturesque spot when something caught his eye.
"He said he spotted the weird object sticking out of the water and quickly grabbed his phone to take a picture.
"He said: 'I understand it very well, that this is impossible, but the silhouette of this creature reminded me of the Loch Ness monster.
"'It was standing there and wasn't moving.'
"The supposed creature looks similar to reported sightings of the Scottish beast with what looks like a long neck poking out from the water.
"Mr Kim added that according to regional legends Lake Khanto used to have swans but said it looked nothing like a bird."
Did Mr. Kim see a lake monster? I doubt it. The photos just don't look too genuine to me. I think it is probably either a swam (kinda looks like one to me) or just an outright fake.

 

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