Night hunt for Nessie: drones capture a mysterious creature
During night filming in Scotland, the existence of the Loch Ness monster was confirmed. This was announced by the director of the documentary Nessie, Tim Whittard.
According to him, it was filmed using a thermal imaging drone. According to experts, this may be a famous creature, The Scottish Sun writes.
It is noted that they tried to capture the Loch Ness monster using unmanned aerial vehicles sensitive to heat.
The project was carried out by the production company Dragonfly Films.
"These thermal drones allowed us to see the lake in infrared light. Thanks to this equipment, we were able to immediately see if any animal came to the surface of the water. "This thermal imaging technology has been available for several years now, and it seems remarkable that no one has used such equipment to investigate this mystery before," said Wittard.
According to him, something huge was found off the coast.
As it became known, people from all over the world came to hunt for the Loch Ness monster. Researchers from Japan and Australia tried to find evidence of the creature.
Footage of their research will be available on British television. It is expected that a new series called "Weird Britain" will soon be broadcast. Later, this video will be available on the Internet.
What is known about the Loch Ness Monster?
This is an animal or group that has been spotted on the Scottish Loch Ness. The reservoir is characterized by the fact that it is very long and narrow - Loch Ness is about 38 km long and 1.6 km wide on average. Locals and visitors alike recalled seeing large animals on the loch, but the lake gained international fame and attention after 1933, when a newspaper article appeared.
Since then, there has been constant speculation about the creature seen at and near the bottom of the lake.
On August 26, 2023, the largest search for the Loch Ness Monster in the last 50 years began in northern Scotland with the participation of several hundred people.