16:23 GMT05 December 2020
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    The elusive creature was allegedly seen for about half a minute before retreating back beneath the loch’s waters.

    Dipak Ram, a 33-year-old resident of Manchester who works as a consultant for NHS, had what he described as “a breathtaking experience of spotting Nessie” last week when he spotted a mysterious dark shadow in the water near Dores beach, The Daily Star reports.

    At first Ram thought it was only a wave pattern  but after zooming in with his camera he realized that the 'shadow' was a "stationary object."

    "It was cloudy without any rain but the waves were reasonably calm and we took the picture from the rocky aspect of Dores beach. When I zoomed in using my camera phone, it became much more apparent that the stationary object was indeed Nessie’s hump/long neck," he said, as quoted by the newspaper.

    "After 30-35 seconds, the shadow disappeared downwards into the water. Unfortunately, we didn’t film it as we were in shock," Ram added.


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