Top 10 Lake Monsters

You have already heard every myth that is out there about the Loch Ness Lake in Scotland and the monster that lives on the bottom of it. Whether you believe these stories or the blurry photos that are made by tourists or people who intentionally went to see the monster, these stories or myths are still going around. But Loch Ness Lake is not the only lake in the world that has its own monster. Here’s a list of some other not so famous lake Monsters.

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1 Nahuelito

This is the name of the monster that lives in the Argentinean lake Huapi in Patagonia. According to the lake monster professionals, this monster resembles a lot like Nessie, but the people who study these things for the so-called monsters, believe that the critter is a plesiosaurus. That creature allegedly is a swimming dinosaur, creatures that died 65 million years ago.

Nahuelito
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2Isshi

This is the most famous Japanese lake monster and lives in the Lake Ikeda. People who allegedly saw it, say that it swims very fast. Apparently, back in a1961 the U.S military when sailed in the water of the lake, hit into some unidentified object and when they used sonar look they saw a very big and dark object. They send divers to check up what it was and when the people came back they said that it was a live critter that nearly attacked them. Truth or lie, it’s up to you to believe.

Isshi
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3The Monster from Lake Tianchi

Located between China and North Korea, this lake allegedly is a home to twenty monsters. The first story about the monsters is old for over century (first rumor was spread in 1903) when something as big as buffalo came out of the water and threatened 3 people who were standing by the water. One of the men had to shoot the critter six times before it gave up and went back in the depth.

The Monster from Lake Tianchi
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4The Brosno Dragon

The Lake Brosno is located in western Russia. Some people believe that this is a monster; others believe that it’s just a massive beaver. One of the patriotic stories about this creature says that it attacked Mongolians who indented to invade that part of Russia, other story goes back in the World War when a Luftwaffle plane was flying over the lake but apparently the monster snatched it. Wow.

The Brosno Dragon
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5The Varberg Fortress Moat Monster

Apparently the Varberg Castle has its own monster that lives in the lake nearby. Some tourists saw it in 2006. They said the monster was brown and furless with a huge tail.

The Varberg Fortress Moat Monster
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6The Lagarfljóts Worm

This lake monster is on Iceland and this country has a lot of monster legends in which Icelanders believe in. The creature, according to the myth is about 300 feet long and looks like a giant worm. It is believe that this creature lives in the water for centuries.

This lake monster is on Iceland and this country has a lot of monster legends in which Icelanders believe in. The creature, according to the myth is about 300 feet long and looks like a giant worm. It is believe that this creature lives in the water for centuries.
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7Chipekwe or Emela-ntouka

Also known as the “killer of elephants”, this monster lives in Central Africa. The creature lives in lakes, swamps, rivers or any other shallow water and believe it or not, it looks a lot like a rhino. Some people, who don’t believe in monsters, claim that this is a ghost. Go figure.
Chipekwe or Emela-ntouka
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8Bunyip

This monster looks (according to the myth of course) like a giant star fish. People say that it lives in shallow waters and has a deafening voice which is a warn for the enemies to run away. This monster actually isn’t a unique, according to the Aborigines, but it lives all over the Australian continent.
Bunyip
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9Ogopogo

According to Native Americans, this is a lake demon that lives in the Lake Okanagan in British Columbia, Canada and resembles like the Scottish, Nessie. It’s about 50 feet long and has wavy humps. Some people claim that they caught the creature on their cameras.
Ogopogo
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10Loch Ness

You already know everything about this famous monster that the locals have a pet name for, Nessie. It lives in the depth of the lake, but too many people claim that they saw it or even take pictures of the critter. The myth lives for so long, that it is almost getting real. What you think?
Loch Ness
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