The elusive and mysterious Loch Ness monster may have a distant relative, living across the Atlantic.
Dubbed Champ, there have been more than 600 sightings of the long, underwater sea creature in Vermont’s Lake Champlain since the 17th century – and now amateur zoologists claim to have found proof of its existence.
Using a hydrophone system, the monster hunters captured loud clicking sounds thought to have been made by the echolocation of a giant creature.
Listen to the recording yourself:
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