STATES CHRONICLE – The Loch Ness monster seems to have a twin in the waters of Alaska. A very short video captured a weird animal in Fairbanks, Alaska, in the Chena River. Many scientists have wondered about the origin and the characteristics of this being. A lot of speculation arisen after people watching the video. It is for sure that the Loch Ness monster from Scotland did not get to Alaska.
Some people have claimed that the creature is similar to the Scotland’s one, calling it the “Ice Monster.” Others who are more realistic believe that the animal could be a giant salmon or a massive arctic crocodile. This whole range of opinions can only attract more curious people.
An employee from Alaska Bureau of Land Management was sent to analyze the thickness of the ice on the river. Suddenly, he discovered an animal moving in the water. He immediately took his camera and started filming the weird creature. At first, he thought that the presupposed being was made up of ice pieces. Only later did he realize that the animal was displaying a side-to-side movement.
The dark shadow that appeared underneath the frosty surface determined a lot of people to develop all sorts of theories. The Bureau of Land and Management-Alaska has reported that their employee was not there to investigate details about the creature. The purpose of his journey was a different one.
The video was taken near the BLM Fairbanks District Office. None of the specialists responsible for the land management did express their opinion towards this discovery. They had argued that they are not sure about the existence of this creature or of the species it represents.
A lot of people viewed the clip, and many of them also shared it. Some of the employees from the Alaska Bureau of Land Management had played with the footage, adding scary music as a background. Some people have claimed that the animal could be a bull shark or an Alaskan sturgeon.
Others had completely doubted about its existence. More realistic individuals have asserted that because it was covered in ice, the whole Loch Ness monster story could be a massive chunk of ice attached to something that made it look like it was moving.
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