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In Search Of: The Loch Ness Monster Discovered (Part 1) (S2, E1) | Full Episode ctm magazine

The Loch Ness Monster may be the world’s most famous unidentified species. Is it simply a legend, or could it be much more? To find out, we’ll compare decades of encounters across Europe, in Season 2, Episode 1, “Loch Ness Monster Part 1.”


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  • Ancient Art of Fishing on June 5, 2022

    So, its obviously not something that needs to come up to breathe, because you'd see one every few minutes.

  • Joe the king Hawk on June 5, 2022

    9:10 Dragons and dinosaurs are both one and the same..

  • OcrapO on June 5, 2022

    I'm gonna need about tree fiddy

  • Cyan Kirkpatrick on June 5, 2022

    Nessie is able to travel elsewhere to find food so staying in one spot is not a option except for twice a year.

  • WaterEarth Mud on June 5, 2022

    24:41-couldnt its diet also include seals dolphins and whales? Y just fish

  • Hobby Organist on June 5, 2022

    Silly, since nothing lives forever, a DEAD body would have to surface or wash up SOMETIME, if it's been sighted over 1400 years then there would have to be multiples, and young, and at least ONE body would have been found the way we find dead whales on the beach, or floating because of decomposition gases. It would also have to breathe…

  • bucky odom on June 5, 2022

    I need about tree fiddy

  • GHOSTEEL on June 5, 2022

    Spock briefing me on my next mission

  • gettingolderwithgrace graham on June 5, 2022

    Theres plenty of food es6if it's a veggie eater.

  • CROSS KEY DORADO on June 5, 2022

    The Nessi look a like fish was sturgeon at us in the face all along, mystery solved.

  • Dr. Barry Cohn on June 5, 2022

    What a waste of time and human effort. All if it should be donated to a charity. Suggestability abounds. There's nothing there but a wave or current.

  • The LZA on June 5, 2022

    Even if he found the Loch Ness Monster, it's probably going to ask for tree fiddy. 🤣

  • alison Donly on June 5, 2022

    You should leave nesse alone. Humans kill all the creatures of the earth polute everything. The are microplasticz in the blood streams of every thing by now.
    You ca just leave Neuse and the leprechauns and elves alone please. You done enough damage already…you even tell children to steal the leprechauns gold in schools….parents teach children not to steal…shame on you humans…

  • David Stansell on June 5, 2022

    I wonder if it could be some type of an alligator gar

  • Cyan Kirkpatrick on June 5, 2022

    What is this a new in search of yezzzz

  • Lemmy Kilmister on June 5, 2022


  • AxxinTheSupernova on June 5, 2022

    My heart wants there to be one, but my brain says people see sturgeons and let their imaginations go George Speilberg on things

  • SKYDIVINGCOMRADE on June 5, 2022

    Okanogan, lake Champlain, great lakes, other north American lakes.

  • blues in g music on June 5, 2022

    Well that was 40+ minutes of my life I'll never get back. Maybe the next episode will solve the mystery.

  • Chris Brumbaugh on June 5, 2022

    In search of with Leonard Nimoy was the best show and we've made zero progress since the early 70s

  • Jyxser on June 5, 2022

    It’s crazy how there’s virtually no plant life on the bottom of Loch Ness

  • Scott Saleff on June 5, 2022

    If you see a potential monster, dont slam the door. This guy is a treasure

  • Taelor Watson on June 5, 2022

    I understand Nessie spends Winters in Oregon with Bigfoot

  • Chris C on June 5, 2022

    It's a dragon 🐉

  • Richard Isner on June 5, 2022

    Just like Bigfoot. The Loch Ness Monster is sometimes shaky. And sometimes it is blurry. It is something these animals are able to do so people cannot get a good picture or video of them.

  • Daniel Cruz on June 5, 2022

    ST BEANY and Cecil the Serpent..Time for Blarney!

  • Matt Jeske on June 5, 2022

    Seen this video 10 plus years ago. How do you claim it to be new. Stop the b*****

  • Brent Blakely on June 5, 2022

    Same stuff said over and over and over……….

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