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Loch Ness monster

n.
A large creature resembling a marine dinosaur purported to inhabit the waters of Loch Ness, a lake in Scotland.
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Noun1.Loch Ness monster - a large aquatic animal supposed to resemble a serpent or plesiosaur of Loch Ness in ScotlandLoch Ness monster - a large aquatic animal supposed to resemble a serpent or plesiosaur of Loch Ness in Scotland
Loch Ness - a lake in the Scottish highlands; the largest body of fresh water in Great Britain
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Lochneská příšera
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