Urquhart Bay, Scotland.
Urquhart Bay, Scotland.

Fallen trees and branches might explain the cluster of Loch Ness Monster sightings near Urquhart Bay Wood, according to a conversation charity. The forest is one of the few floodplain woodlands remaining in the UK and, when the waters are high in late autumn and spring, a significant amount of wood drifts into the loch. Previous explanations for the beast’s identity include circus elephants, otters and the wakes of boats. Read more: bbc.co.uk

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