Images of a creature's corpse on the Loch Ness shores set the internet ablaze

Loch Ness Monster Remains Discovered?
Loch Ness Monster Remains Discovered?

Nessie, is that you?

Images of a washed-up 'corpse' on the shores of Loch Ness have made their way online this week, leaving people panicked that it could be the end for the infamous swamp monster myth.

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The scene was first spotted by the animal adoption agency, Help2Rehome Scotland, who posted photos of the dinosaur-like remains on Facebook.

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The post has gained loads of attention from conspiracy fans and critics alike, with comments like, "Give it up! There is no Loch Ness Monster," and, "That's not Nessie, Nessie is at least 4 times that and a male!"

But have no fear, fans of the age-old legend, because sources have revealed that the dinosaur-esque corpse is just a prop for an upcoming documentary being filmed in the area.

That means that the mystical beast could still be out there somewhere simply awaiting his next photo op.

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