'Look, THERE it is!' Park ranger claims to capture China's 'Loch Ness monster' lurking under water

Mail Online | 6/14/2018 | Tiffany Lo For Mailonline
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A park worker claimed to have seen China's most renowned lake monster swimming under the water surface.

Wang Xin'an, from Xinjiang, captured four mysterious moving objects swimming in the Kanas Lake on his mobile phone when he patrolled the scenic spot yesterday.

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Mr Wang was convinced that the eerie waves were made by the Kanas Lake monster, which has been compared to the Loch Ness monster in Scotland.

Mr Wang told a reporter: 'I don't think they were waves. They were moving against the direction of the water currents.'

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Sun Jidan, the director of the wildlife reserve centre at Kanas Lake, suggested that the waves in the video could have been caused by big marine animals, which tend to appear in the lake to hunt for food every June.

'The lake is at its highest water level, so those fishes or other creatures would come here for food,' he explained.

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Last month, a few tourists claimed that they had also filmed the Kanas Lake monster moving slowly under the water.

A group of Chinese tourists visited the famous Kanas Lake on May 15 and filmed the moment gentle waves appeared in the middle of the lake.

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'Really! There it (Kanas Lake monster) is! There it is,' shouted a woman.

Yang Weiqiang, a worker at the Kanas Lake scenic spot, told...
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