Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?

The Loch Ness Monster has always been a world-famous unsolved mystery. Every year, it attracts tourists from all…

The Loch Ness Monster has always been a world-famous unsolved mystery. Every year, it attracts tourists from all over the world to explore. Many people are arguing over whether there are water monsters, and various monster videos are also emerging.


Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?
Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?

However, according to a report by the Mirror on June 2, a study found that the Loch Ness monster may actually exist. The researchers collected DNA from biological skin, scales, feathers, fur, and feces from the lake and sent them to the lab for analysis. Experts suggest that one of the four popular theories about water monsters may be correct.

Water monsters are the names of unknown mysterious creatures that grow in the lake. Both the Loch Ness in the UK and Qinghai Lake in China and Kanas Lake in Xinjiang have reported.

Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?
Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?

The reason why water monsters make people feel curious is because the lake is different from the sea. It has an independent circulation ecosystem, which is an almost closed area. Compared with the vast sea, the lake has low nutrient content and what is the huge water monster. Survival and reproduction? If it is not a monster, what are they?

Kanas Lake is located in the Kanas Nature Reserve in the Altay Mountains in northern Xinjiang, bordering Kazakhstan and Russia in the north and Mongolia in the east. The lake is 1374 meters above sea level, 24 kilometers long from north to south, with an average width of about 1.9 kilometers. The lake is the deepest. 196 meters, an area of ​​45.73 square kilometers. In Mongolian, Kanas means “a beautiful and mysterious lake.” Historically, it has been said that there are giant monsters in the lake, and horses that drink water by the lake are often dragged into the water. Later scholars have long studied that the water monster in the lake should be a kind of fish called “Zhe Luo”, which is generally 3 to 5 meters long, and there may be hundreds of the entire Kanas Lake.

Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?
Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?

Zheluo, commonly known as “red fish”, is named after its body is red under certain conditions. It is a cold-water freshwater carnivorous fish that is ferocious and has a large body. The largest weight of an adult body is about 50 kilograms. Up to 2 meters, I have also found individuals who are up to 4 meters long and weigh up to 90 kilograms. The upper and lower jaws of the mouth are lined with sharp teeth, and the back are raw with fins, preying on fish and living with frogs. , snakes, rodents, birds, etc.

There are many similar situations like Kanas Lake. For example, Changbai Mountain Tianchi in Jilin Province is a lake formed by volcanic eruption after volcanic eruption. There are also many witness reports on water monsters. There have been water monsters witnessing photos and videos. The water monster has the habit of spinning, it can also get out of the water, experts believe that this is probably a large oceanic fish – sunfish.

Of course, the so-called water monsters are not exactly fish. In 2008, there was a news from Dianchi, Yunnan, saying that there was a water monster here, which scared away tourists and citizens. Later, someone caught it. At the beginning, some people thought that since the water monster came out of Dianchi Lake, it should be a local animal in Yunnan. However, people searched the animals in Yunnan and searched the animals in western China. They did not find the appearance of the water monster. Finally, the experts finally confirmed the identity of the water monster, which was originally a freshwater turtle growing in North America and Central America, called the “crocodile turtle.”

Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?
Water monster trivia:Can the Loch Ness monster really exist?

What puzzles us is how does it cross the ocean and appear in the Dianchi Lake? After investigation, it was found that there were small snapping turtles sold in the nearby market, which were generally used as pets for people to raise. Experts speculated that some people might release it into the Dianchi Lake. Don’t underestimate this kind of snapping turtle. It has no natural enemies in the Dianchi Lake. It grows fast and gradually becomes a master in the water.

Loch Ness, a slender freshwater lake in the Scottish Highlands, extends southwest and is 37 kilometers long and 1.5 kilometers wide. The Loch Ness Monster is the most famous water monster in the world, and the beautiful Loch Ness is one of the most mysterious places on the planet. So far, more than 3,500 sightings about the Loch Ness monster have been recorded in an ancient biography of 690 AD.

What exactly is the Loch Ness Monster is still different. In July 2013, a geologist from Italy, Luigi Picardy, presented a new perspective. His research found that the time of the Loch Ness monster appeared coincided with the time of the earthquake activity. When people painted the Loch Ness monster, they would mention the vibration in the ground. Further research found that at the bottom of the Loch Ness, a fault zone passed through, called the Grand Canyon Fault in Scotland, which stretched more than 100 kilometers, dividing the Scottish Highlands into two parts, the Loch Ness is largely This translational fault is caused. When the Scottish Grand Canyon fault is in a geologically active period, a small amount of bubbles will emerge upwards, even forming a vortex on the surface of the water. Those who do not know the truth will mistakenly think that the monster appears. In other words: the so-called “Nessie Water Monster” is not a large-scale creature at work, not a prehistoric creature plesiosaur that many people imagine. It is just a bubble from the bottom of the lake that flickers us humans.

Luigi Picard’s research found that although Scotland is not a recognized high-risk area, the faults in Chachais Lake are often active, and there are many earthquakes of magnitude 3-4 on the Richter scale. This has created the illusion of frequent appearance of water monsters. .

On our planet, there are typical examples to prove this conjecture. In the beautiful island of Central America, the island of Trinidad and Tobago, there is a very weird lake with almost no water, and of course there are no monsters, but one thing helps us understand the Loch Ness Monster. True face. The lake is called “Beach Lake” and, strangely, it can automatically spray asphalt.

The lake is full of black and hard, and only the center of the lake is a very soft and soft place, where there is a constant flow of bitumen and gas is coming out. What caused this?

As we all know, oil is a mixture of biological evolutions in ancient oceans or lakes. Since these mixtures are lighter than nearby rocks, they penetrate upward into nearby rock formations and gather together until they are impermeable. Form an oil field. If a fault is encountered, the oil and gas deposited in the deep layer may be squeezed up and overflowed. The study found that Lake Biqi is located at the junction of two faults, the rock formation is broken, the underground oil and gas are volatilized, and the residue The simultaneous surge of asphalt has become a matter of course. According to geologist Luigi Picardy, the underwater geological structure of Loch Ness should be similar to that of Lake Biqi, so there is a “water monster”.

Although the submission of each hypothesis will always be questioned, we have to admit that the new hypothesis will always open another window to our thinking. When you always look at the monster itself, you may wish to change your mind from the geology. Looking at the answer from the perspective of learning, you may be able to really solve the mystery.

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