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3 Nessie, Scotland

The Loch Ness Monster first went public in 1933, when a Londoner who had been holidaying in the Scottish Highlands told the local rag about “the nearest approach to a dragon or pre-historic animal that I have ever seen”.

The Surgeon’s Photograph (pictured) – snapped in 1934 – has long been established as a fake, although a sonar image showing a 5ft-wide unidentified object in the loch landed the monster back in the headlines last month.

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