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LOCH NESS. By Jakub Rys. GEOGRAPHY. Loch Ness lies in the Scottish Highlands It is 36 km long and 1,5 km wide A surface cover area at 56 and half square kilometres The lake is 230m deep Water has always 5 °C. NESSIE – The Loch ness monster.

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Loch ness

LOCH NESS

ByJakub Rys


Geography
GEOGRAPHY

  • Loch Nesslies in theScottishHighlands

  • Itis 36 km longand 1,5 km wide

  • A surfacecover area at 56 and half square kilometres

  • Thelakeis 230m deep

  • Water has always 5 °C


Nessie the loch ness monster
NESSIE – The Loch ness monster

  • In 1934 a surgeontook 5 photosofstrangeanimal

  • Afteritthe film wasdeveloped

  • Sheshouldbe 20m longwithsmallheadand 3m longneck

  • Somebodysay‘s itwas a toysubmarinewithneckandheadmadeofplasticwood

  • Onlytwopictureswasclear

  • In oneofthem are headandneck

  • In 1994 thephotoswererevealed as a hoax

  • Thescientestshavearguedabout her/his exist


Vocabulary
VOCABULARY

  • Cover = pokrývat

  • Surface = hladina

  • Surgeon = chirurg

  • Reveal = odhalit

  • Hoax = falešná zpráva (kachna)

  • Argue = dohadovat se


Sources
SOURCES

  • http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loch_Ness

  • http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loch_Ness_Monster

  • No animal has everbeendiscovered in the loch whichresemblesthemythical monster.


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