Google Maps have been treating us to be fair. They’ve let us explore the pyramids of Giza, visit the temples of Cambodia, and are now letting us hunt for the Loch Ness monster.
On the anniversary of the famous 1934 ‘Surgeon’s Photograph’, you can now a 360 degree view of the Loch, and keep an eye out for the monster yourself.
Google Maps worked with a bloke called Adrian Shine, who is apparently a ‘Nessie expert’ who is leader of the Loch Ness and Morar Project, logging over 1000 sightings.
Loch Ness is whopping. I didn’t actually realise it was so big. 23 miles long apparently, and contains more freshwater than all of the lakes in England and Wales combined. No wonder it’s so hard to find the monster.