BigfootEvidence.com While browsing Apple Maps on his iPad, Bigfoot Evidence reader Peter T. discovered this sea monster shaped object swimming near the eastern end of Loch Ness. Peter tells us the “anomaly” is only visible using an iPhone or an iPad. We have two iPad devices (and two iPhones) here and we couldn’t get Peter’s “pindrop” attachment to work. If anyone wants to locate the object, here’s a portion of the map that was sent to us:
This is a pretty interesting image, was it done by Apple as a joke or a hoax? Or does it actually show a large mystery creature in Loch Ness? If the image is legit, it clearly shows a wide bodied animal with two large flippers on its sides, in the mysterious Loch Ness. Could it be an extremely large sturgeon? A large sea faring animal like a whale? The long neck that is usually associated with the Loch Ness Monster that has led many to assume that the creature is a thought to be extinct plesiosaur is not visible in the photo, and it looks more fish shaped. I am not certain what this creature is, or of this is an apple employee trying to make a joke on Apple Maps by including a Loch Ness Monster, but it is definitely an interesting photo.
NOTE: Lots of our readers are commenting that this image is a Whale Shark or a Whale. Loch Ness is freshwater, and a Whale or Whale Shark would not be able to survive in the Loch’s water.