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Monster webcam project to get more eyes on Loch Ness

1st September 2022|Featured, Travel Featured|

Webcam initiative will give armchair hunters a better chance of spotting the Loch Ness monster.

Armchair monster hunters can now search for Scotland’s most famous resident from the comfort of their own homes anywhere on the planet.

Five new webcams have been erected around Loch Ness in a bid to get more eyes on the prize in the search for Nessie, making it the most watched body of water anywhere in the world.

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Visit Inverness Loch Ness (VILN) has installed the latest webcams along the length and breadth of the loch to make it easier for avid Nessie fans to keep a look out for the monster 365 days a year.

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