It's more than 700 feet deep, 24 miles long, one and a half miles wide and many people believe it is the home of a monster. Loch Ness, a lake in northern Scotland, has been known for its monster at least since A.D. 565, and new reports and evidence lead some today to believe big, unusual animals really are living in the deep waters. Several things about Loch Ness are unusual. Although it is smaller in surface area than Loch Lomond, the largest lake in Scotland, it contains two and a half times as much water.
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