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Girl and Her Grandma Spot Loch Ness Monster?

An eight-year-old girl thinks she filmed the Loch Ness Monster while visiting the lake with her grandmother. A new story on Metro says (somewhat tongue-in-cheek):
Girl, 8, thinks she's finally solved the mystery of the Loch Ness monster
Do you see a monster?
Is this finally proof that something lurks in the depths of Loch Ness?
Well, possibly. According to Laria Annand, 8, and her grandma, there's no other explanation. 
The schoolgirl filmed footage that appears to show something long and thin splashing around the loch, while visiting with her grandmother Marie.
They said they noticed strange movement in the water and the light bouncing off a long unidentified object despite there being no boats or people around. 
It COULD just be sunlight glancing off the surface of the water, but use your imagination here.  
Marie, 62, a teacher from Inverness, said: 'We sat on the rocks for a few minutes.
'We were just taking silly pictures of each other and splashing our feet in the water.
'I just looked up and that's when I spotted the flickering in the water.
'It looked as though the light was bouncing off something but there were no boats or people and it was something long - very long.
'I had to do a double take because there was just nothing to explain it.
'I took a few pictures and then my granddaughter asked if she could take a picture. I didn't realize at the time but that's when she shot the video.
 'It was weird. Really strange. I can't explain it so the only thing I can think is we have seen the Loch Ness Monster.'
If you're still not convinced, check out photographer Ian Bremner's sighting in 2016, which was definitely NOT three seals playing together.

To me this picture/video doesn't really seem like anything important. There's a good chance it could just be sunlight reflecting on the waves. If it is an animal or something else, it's too far off to make out what it is. 


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