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Presented By - Shreet Mishra
 Sea monsters are sea-dwelling mythical or
legendary creatures, often believed to be of
immense size. They can be slimy o...
Image of loch ness monster
 One early sighting was by Mr. and Mrs. Spicer on
22nd July, 1933.They were travelling to London
from a holiday, driving ...
DESCRIPTION OF
LOCH NESS MONSTER
Loch Ness Monster has a
long, tapering neck, about 6
feet long, and a smallish head
with ...
The Loch Lake
Loch Lake
 It is a Scottish lake. It is the
Scottish Gaelic and Irish
word for a lake or a sea inlet.
In Ir...
THE EVIDENCE
Sorting through the books and films, the actual
evidence (as opposed to opinion) seems to be
largely made up ...
FALSE EVIDENCE
The data probably includes, but is not
necessarily limited to, the following:
1-Deliberate fraud
2-Wishful ...
Loch Ness Monster
(A DEVIL OR A SPECY TO BE CONSERVE)
Many stories related to Loch Ness Monster is very
famous but in the ...
WHAT IS TO BE BELIEVED OR NOT?
In the 20th Century there has been a number of large animals
living in the water of Loch Ne...
Some other sea monster
1-The Kraken-
2-The Moore's Beach Monster-
3-the mega mouth Megachasma pelagios-
Areas on earth related to sea monsters
The Norwegian Sea
The Norwegian Sea is a
marginal sea in the North
Atlantic Ocean, ...
Areas on earth related to sea monsters
The Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle, also
known as the Devil's
Triangle, is a...
Latest seamonstersighting
A Bizarre Creature
A bizarre creature that
washed ashore in 2012 in
Folly Beach, S.C., sparked
s...
MY VIEW
As my research is concern, we think that no
body knows the truth. Those who saw Loch
Ness Monster or have faith in...
CONCLUSION
 On the basis of the evidence, I believe that to
conclude anything is very difficult because
some evidence ens...
The End
You
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  1. 1. Presented By - Shreet Mishra
  2. 2.  Sea monsters are sea-dwelling mythical or legendary creatures, often believed to be of immense size. They can be slimy or scaly and are often pictured threatening ships or spouting jets of water. The presence of sea monsters was the most widely believed explanation especially in the earlier time, when the existence of sea monsters was believed to be true. The loch ness monster stands in the list of one of the most famous sea monsters. Loch Ness Monster is also known as Nessie.
  3. 3. Image of loch ness monster
  4. 4.  One early sighting was by Mr. and Mrs. Spicer on 22nd July, 1933.They were travelling to London from a holiday, driving along the road beside the loch lake at 4pm when they saw something ahead.They said that they saw a amazing creature in the lake.They said that the image was not so clear but they saw something similar to a Plesiosaur. Mr. Spicer described the whole events in the Inverness Courier newspaper.
  5. 5. DESCRIPTION OF LOCH NESS MONSTER Loch Ness Monster has a long, tapering neck, about 6 feet long, and a smallish head with a devious look about it, and a huge hump behind. Its length is estimated to be about thirty feet.
  6. 6. The Loch Lake Loch Lake  It is a Scottish lake. It is the Scottish Gaelic and Irish word for a lake or a sea inlet. In Ireland it has been anglicised as lough, although this is pronounced the same way as loch. Some lochs could also be called a firth, fjord, estuary, strait or bay. Sea-inlet lochs are often called sea lochs or sea loughs. It is famous for its Loch ness sea monster.
  7. 7. THE EVIDENCE Sorting through the books and films, the actual evidence (as opposed to opinion) seems to be largely made up of the following: 1- A large number of vague reports by people not specially qualified. (Which does not make them necessarily untrue.) 2-A few more detailed and sometimes impressive reports by people not specially qualified. 3-A modest number of credible reports by witnesses with relevant knowledge (e.g. the Water Bailiff). 4-A small number of photographs and cine film. 5-Sonar evidence of large moving objects.
  8. 8. FALSE EVIDENCE The data probably includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: 1-Deliberate fraud 2-Wishful thinking 3-Exaggeration 4-Misinterpretation 5-Unconscious embellishment
  9. 9. Loch Ness Monster (A DEVIL OR A SPECY TO BE CONSERVE) Many stories related to Loch Ness Monster is very famous but in the bundle of those stories which introduce Loch Ness Monster as a threat to human civilization some stories specially consist of the personal view of some people on Loch Ness Monster also exist which show a new image of Loch Ness Monster, many people believe that the creature like Loch Ness Monster is harmless until humans doesn't harm it and the species like Loch Ness Monster should be conserve in a special marine reserve.
  10. 10. WHAT IS TO BE BELIEVED OR NOT? In the 20th Century there has been a number of large animals living in the water of Loch Ness.”  Thus we are concerned with natural history rather than supernatural, but we should include the possibility that a small breeding herd has died out. Present non-existence would not disprove reports from earlier years. By large, we may say ‘more than 2 metres in length’. Although witnesses have claimed much larger (20 m) all that is required is something significantly larger than the otters and eels known to be in the lake. (Would you accept a giant otter?)  It is not necessary to include all the features which have been reported (head, neck, flippers, humps etc.) since some of these could be mistakes or embellishments. It is probably reasonable (or is it?) to say that the minimum requirement is a large aquatic animal.
  11. 11. Some other sea monster 1-The Kraken- 2-The Moore's Beach Monster- 3-the mega mouth Megachasma pelagios-
  12. 12. Areas on earth related to sea monsters The Norwegian Sea The Norwegian Sea is a marginal sea in the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Norway. It is located between the North Sea and the Greenland Sea and adjoins the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Barents Sea to the northeast. Many sea monsters are mentioned in the history of this sea.
  13. 13. Areas on earth related to sea monsters The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and surface vessels are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Popular culture has attributed these disappearances to the sea monsters or some marine aliens and that's why many people believe that the appearance of sea monsters is true.
  14. 14. Latest seamonstersighting A Bizarre Creature A bizarre creature that washed ashore in 2012 in Folly Beach, S.C., sparked speculation in the area and on the Internet that a dead sea monster might have been discovered but many people says it might be a old sea creature which may have been modified but it is not harmful.
  15. 15. MY VIEW As my research is concern, we think that no body knows the truth. Those who saw Loch Ness Monster or have faith in stories related to Loch Ness Monster, believed that Loch Ness Monster exist but others do not have any believe in the existence of Loch Ness Monster on earth. Just to talk on this topic makes us afraid. Only we can pray that the creatures like Loch Ness Monster doesn’t exist. So live your live as usual but be aware.
  16. 16. CONCLUSION  On the basis of the evidence, I believe that to conclude anything is very difficult because some evidence ensures the presence of loch ness monster but not clearly and some time people use the name of loch ness monster for their profit. There had been various expeditions from the 1930’s onwards (some of which had positive evidence) but each was so short and limited that it could not be counted conclusive.
  17. 17. The End You
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