Quiz: Legend of the Loch Ness Monster Quiz
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Legend of the Loch Ness Monster Quiz
By: Nathan Chandler
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Bigfoot who? Forget hairy bipeds, the Loch Ness Monster might actually be the world's most famous mythical creature. Or is it just a myth? Take our Loch Ness Monster quiz and find out!

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The Loch Ness Monster is a famous creature from which area?
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What's the monster's nickname?
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We may as well get straight to the point. Nessie is nothing but a myth.
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The Loch Ness Monster is supposedly found in which body of water?
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The legendary creature has supposedly been lurking in Loch Ness for many years. What's the big lake's maximum depth?
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Many people think that Nessie is what?
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In 1933, a man named George Spicer announced one of the first widely-publicized sightings of Nessie. Where did he spot the creature?
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What's a water-kelpie?
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Loch Ness is a huge body of water. What's the bottom of the lake like?
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There are also sorts of puzzle pieces that point to the existence of Nessie. When did a photograph of the creature first appear?
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The famous photo was captured by Londoner Kenneth Wilson, who had which occupation?
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Kenneth Wilson eventually admitted that his famous photo was a hoax.
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In 1979, a California biologist said that the surgeon's photo was actually a picture of what?
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In 1987, Operation Deepscan set out to find Nessie. It used what tool to find the creature?
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How many pre-20th century sightings reported the monster?
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In 1933, a British newspaper hired a famous hunter and actor named Marmaduke Wetherell to find the creature. What evidence did he find?
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What happened to the search for the creature after the Wetherell hoax?
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In the 70s, a man named Robert Rines began looking for the monster. What was his background?
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What sort of evidence did Rines produce in support of Nessie's existence?
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In 2008, Rines developed a new theory regarding Nessie. What was it?
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In 1975, a biologist named Peter Scott looked at pictures of the supposed creature and named it Nessiteras rhombopteryx, which means what?
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The Loch Ness Investigation Bureau was formed to find Nessie. When was the group created?
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In 2015, a company unveiled a huge number of publicly-accessible images of the lake. Which company was it?
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In 2013, a host from the TV show "River Monsters" concluded that the creature was what?
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The Loch Ness monster has been the subject of serious scientific research.
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Nessie believers say that what factor makes it difficult or impossible to find the creature?
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How do locals in the area of Loch Ness treat the legend of Nessie?
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Scientists are still intrigued by the monster. In 2003, which organization funded a huge search for Nessie?
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In 1977, a man named Anthony Shiels took pictures of Nessie after conjuring the animal using special powers. What was the man's background?
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In 1972, a team of zoologist found a huge, rotting carcass and excitedly proclaimed that they'd found a mysterious animal. What did it turn out to be?
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