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Loch Ness and Its Monster

written by: Mariya
 
A picture of the lake shows why Loch Ness is considered the home of a legendary creature. Dark waters, immovable surface, gray shadows on the shores - isn't it the perfect place for a monster?

Question 1:


Where is the loch, allegedly inhabited by the notorious Loch Ness Monster?
Northern Scotland
England
Southern Ireland
Wales

Question 2:


Loch Ness is the largest body of water in which huge geologic fault?
Great Glen
Scotia
Augustus
Highlands

Question 3:


What is the Scottish Gaelic name of the Loch Ness Monster?
Monstru
Niseag
Nillie
Neska

Question 4:


This town, closely linked to the legend of the Loch Ness monster, lies at the mouth of the river Ness.
Inverness
Urquhart
Aberdeen
Glenny

Question 5:


The exploration of the Loch Ness Monster is related to which field of study?
Mycology
Cryptozoology
Phycology
Ornithology

Question 6:


This Saint is supposed to have seen the Loch Ness Monster and even to have tamed it.
St Peter
St John
St George
St Columba

Question 7:


What is the profession of Mr R.K. Wilson, who was claimed to have taken probably the most famous picture of what was supposed to be the Loch Ness Monster?
Lawyer
Dentist
Surgeon
Teacher

Question 8:


This was the leader of the group that searched Loch Ness in the early 1970s and claimed to have made underwater photographs of the monster.
Sir Peter Scott
Dr. Robert Rines
Professor Jankins
MR Trules

Question 9:


What kind of creature was the extinct Plesiosaur, which is usually said to be similar to the monster of Loch Ness?
Humanoid
Mesozoic reptile
Dinosaur
Fish

Question 10:


Which part of the Loch Ness monster is most noteworthy according to people who claim to have seen it?
Neck
Eyes
Teeth
Hair

 


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