In a video uploaded to YouTube, a tourist makes a bizarre sighting at Scotland's Loch Ness. Could it be Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster?
YouTube user Tony Bligh uploaded a video on June 1, filmed from the Wellington lay-by overlooking Loch Ness, according to Daily Mail.
"While visiting Loch Ness I noticed this weird formation on the loch near to Inverness end of the loch," Bligh wrote in the video's description. "Could it be the elusive Nessie?"
The video shows four or five humps floating in the water, roughly 6 feet apart from each other. The humps move in unison, never getting further apart, leading Bligh to believe they may be part of something larger.
Some YouTube users pointed out that the humps could be an optical illusion in the waves from a passing boat. Bligh added that there was a boat roughly 1,200 feet away from where he filmed.
Whether or not this is really Nessie, we may never know.