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The largest Loch Ness Monster search in 50 years will utilise drones and thermal technology to comb the waters The largest ever hunt for the Loch Ness Monster will utilise cutting-edge technology such as drones and thermal imaging to comb the waters in an attempt to ultimately solve Nessie’s enigma. “Budding monster hunters” are being asked to join the largest search for the monster of the deep since the 1970s, and to comb the waters of Loch Ness in Scotland like ever before. The Loch Ness Centre in Scotland is recruiting volunteers for the quest, and the visitor attraction announced this week that modern technology such as drones that capture thermal photos of the lake will “search the waters in a way that has never been done before.” The next surface water search for the famous “Nessie,” scheduled for the weekend of August 26 and 27, is being hailed as the largest of its type since the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau began searching the loch for indications of the mythical beast in 1989. The Loch Ness Centre is housed in the ancient Drumnadrochit Hotel, where manager Aldie Mackay claimed seeing a “water beast” in the loch in 1933, the largest body of freshwater by volume in the UK and one of its deepest. The largest Loch Ness Monster search in 50 years will utilise drones and thermal technology to explore the waters AP The story sparked a worldwide curiosity with locating the elusive creature, producing hoaxes and hundreds of eyewitness accounts. Several theories or explanations have been proposed throughout the years, including the possibility that the monster was a plesiosaur, a prehistoric marine reptile, huge eels, or even swimming circus elephants. The Loch Ness Centre stated its crew will use infrared cameras on drones to create thermal photographs of the water from the air. A hydrophone will also be used to detect audio impulses beneath the surface of the water. Droughts are causing problems for Loch Ness in Scotland (AFP). Droughts plague Loch Ness in Scotland. Volunteers will be asked to look for any breaks or other movements in the water, with professional instruction on what to look for and how to report observations. “It’s our hope to inspire a new generation of Loch Ness enthusiasts,” said Alan McKenna of Loch Ness Exploration, a volunteer research team participating in the next search. Loch Ness, in the Scottish Highlands, is famous around the world for its mythological monster that lurks in the depths of the sea.Getty Images via AFP “By participating in this large-scale surface watch, you’ll have a real chance to personally contribute to this fascinating mystery that has captivated so many people from all over the world,” he added. A new study found that the Loch Ness Monster could not have been a large eel, which fueled Loch Ness Monster seekers. The enigmatic Nessie continues to baffle scientists and fans alike, but new data suggests to rule out the “eel hypothesis” due to its apparent size. According to sightings, the creature is about a metre long, making it too large to be an eel. According to Floe Foxon, who conducted research on the possibilities, finding an eel that huge is a one in 50,000 probability. It came to the conclusion that “the existence of exceedingly large eels in the loch is not likely based on purely statistical considerations.” Underwater depiction of the Loch Ness Monster by an artist Getty Images/iStockphoto Mr Floren stated in his research that “purported sightings of unknown animals in the loch have featured prominently in popular media, but no specimen has been obtained to date, despite numerous efforts.” The validity and interpretations of images and films reportedly portraying undiscovered animals in Loch Ness have also been critically questioned, according to the report. The largest Loch Ness Monster search in 50 years will utilise drones and thermal technology to comb the waters He conducted the research with the assumption that Nessie could be a huge European eel, and he investigated whether this was possible. “The chances of finding a large eel in Loch Ness are around one in 50,000 for a 1-meter specimen, which is reasonable given the loch’s fish stock and suggests that some sightings of smaller unknown animals may be accounted for by large eels,” he said. “However, the likelihood of finding a specimen above six metres is essentially zero; thus, eels are unlikely to account for sightings of larger animals.” The largest Loch Ness Monster search in 50 years will utilise drones and thermal technology to comb the waters.2 Responses.
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