The Loch Ness Monster is Real: A Descendant of Prehistoric Beast
In 2010, it was reported that newly published documents reveal that a Scottish police official in the 1930s believed ‘beyond doubt’ that the Loch Ness monster existed. It reveals the government’s longstanding policy to protect the mythic beast. Sightings often describe the monster’s iconic neck sprouting from the lake. But sightings have dropped of late. There was only one “credible” reported sighting of the creature in 2009, causing enthusiasts to fear the monster may be dead. Most biologists believe Nessie to be a myth, and nothing more, pointing out that large animals typically leave large remains when they die. No “monster” carcass has ever been found. However, many people believe that the size (21 square miles) and great depth of the loch (almost 800 feet), together with potential underwater caves, gives the monster many places to hide. (Source)
The sea creature called Loch Ness is one of the descendants of the prehistoric period carried over to the post flood period. There are many of them in the oceans of this planet. That one just happens to be in a lake, but they can survive in salt water also. In addition to being able to breathe on land they also have gills and can remain under water indefinitely.
There were many kinds of Leviathan in ancient times. Those prehistoric (pre-mankind) that carried over into our time of creation existed back in the pre-flood era and some survived into the post-flood era also. Because unlike the coming Armageddon, in the last Armageddon (global flood), everything in the sea was spared that did not breath like we do. Be thankful most of those vicious man-eating beasts died out at the great flood. Those of the ones to survive are in the oceans and some lakes but offer little harm unless you might encounter them while sailing or diving.