A mysterious sea creature has apparently been captured in a footage in the Great Prespa Lake -- a huge water body divided between Albania, Greece and Macedonia.
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The sea creature is believed to be the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie -- an aquatic being that apparently inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.
The footage shows the sea creature's neck coming out of the water and then dipping inside.
The spectators at the Great Prespa Lake were guessing that the beast was away on a holiday from its usual home in Scotland's Loch Ness, reported Daily Star.
A similar enormous creature was said to have been spotted around five years ago in the Greek section of the lake. Most of the locals don't believe that the creature is a monster or giant sea being. They consider it to be a giant catfish.
"I remember when a ship sank in Albania, near Mali grad, a lot of children drowned in Prespa Lake. Then I found out that the divers who searched for them saw great catfish," said Sima Jonosk, a Geography professor, who swam across the creature back in 1970 during a tour of the lake, according to Daily Star.
"They were so scared that they stopped the search. I think that it was one of those catfish that the Greek fishermen saw," Jonosk said.
"Sometimes things happen in Prespa Lake that don't happen in other lakes. When I was a teacher in 1976 I saw a large pillar of water rising near the border with Greece, shaped like a mushroom. It came down only after 10-15 minutes," Jonosk stated further.
A strange footage of an unidentified black creature swimming in the depths of River Thames had emerged in October, with many Londoners believed was of a creature that actually lived in the river, the Daily star report revealed.
Watch the footage of the Loch Ness Monster in the Great Prespa Lake: