While the search for the alleged unknown animals of Loch Ness has lasted for multiple years, a small amount of potential data has surfaced to the public eye in more recent times. Some consider the Paula Schuman image to be evidence for the reported animals' existence into the 21st century. (Artwork is by Thomas Finley)
While I have hinted at several articles in the works for this blog, I have not been able to complete them at the current time. This is due to the several other activities which I have going on in my everyday life; activities which are of far more importance than publishing for this blog. I have recently succeeded in being hired at the local zoo and, while I consider this to be a dream job finally obtained, it is yet another form of aforementioned activity. But thus is the busyness of life, and I will continue to publish here when time allows. So please bear with me and continue to peruse here even though posts will be few and far between for quite some time. To help fill in one of these gaps, I have decided to post an article by Scott Mardis which he recently shared with me. This superb write-up comments on an image taken by Paula Schuman via a Loch Ness online underwater camera. Ms. Schuman reported that the "animal" appeared to be feeding on something and was hiding behind a pillar. While there are those who have noticed its similarity to the frontal view of a Cryptoclidus skull, others have suggested that the object is simply weeds or a trout. I am currently unable to come to any solid inference myself, but I have also written some brief observations below the text of his article.