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Loch Ness Monster sighting made by webcam viewer in China

By Andrew Dixon

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The 14th Nessie sighting of 2021 has been recorded – by a webcam viewer in China.

The Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register has posted an image from the Loch Ness Webcam captured by Weiming Jiang from Shandong, Jiaozhou City.

It explains the image was caught at just after 10.30am on September 6, adding: "She said that at first there was only one black dot, and then two black dots appeared, very close to the shore. The dots moved on the water for six minutes."

It takes the number of webcam sightings to nine so far this year, while there have been five other sightings.

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