Strange dinosaur-like remains have supposedly washed up on the banks of the Loch Ness and has resulted in many wondering once again if the elusive Loch Ness monster is actually real.
The conspiracy theory mayhem picked up steam on June 29 when animal adoption organization, Help2Rehome Scotland, posted a photo on Facebook. The remains were reportedly discovered by someone walking their dog. The photo was posted to Facebook with the caption: "A dog walker out on the shores of Loch Ness has just stumbled across this. Has Nessy been found? Or someone playing a fascinating prank?
The Internet has already started sounding off with opinions regarding the discovered 'remains.'
Some of the comments on Facebook indicated their disbelief, such as this comment from Facebook user John Thomas: "Nice try, but all the 'flesh' is 'eaten' while the 'intestines' are still intact. That makes no sense at all. If you are going to try a hoax at least make it reasonably credible. Maybe it's a ploy by Nicola Sturgeon to encourage tourism to Scotland."
Most of the comments echo this same sentiment, but others believe that Ole Nessie just may still be out there somewhere.
Following a lively debate on Facebook, Help2Rehome Scotland posted that the 'remains' were actually props for a television show.
While this particular event have been a prank, do you think it is possible that the Loch Ness monster may truly exist?