How Waves Could Have Created the Loch Ness Monster

Despite very little scientific evidence supporting the Loch Ness Monster's existence, people routinely report it surfacing from the water. Dr. Tom Davey believes waves may be responsible for this phenomenon. Watch him test this hypothesis with a state-of-the-art wave pool (2:47)

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