Largest search for Loch Ness monster launched in Scotland.
Scotland seeks volunteers to search for Loch Ness monster
Scotland prepares for conducting the largest-scale search for the legendary monster believed to live in Loch Ness in the last half century. This search was initiated by Loch Ness Exploration scientists, volunteers and independents.
Exploratory work is scheduled to begin in late August, with 24/7 monitoring of the lake and any unusual activity being recorded. A group of researchers will monitor the data on the monitors and transmit them for further analysis.
Also, drones with infrared cameras will fly over the lake, which will allow them to detect and “see” any living beings in the area. In addition, for the first time, surveying equipment and a hydrophone will be used, with which scientists hope to record sound data from the bottom of the lake. attracting tourists to the region. In 1933, several witnesses spoke of a strange creature that they supposedly saw under water, but interest in this issue faded over time, so it is possible that new studies are just an element of an image campaign.