After digging deeper, I found a picture of classic Loch Ness. I'm so stoked & excited because old valuable stuff = money (haha). Plus an image of dinosaur captured on camera, that's rare! So I take a picture as a proof with thumbs up & back to my home. Curious about that picture, I quickly turn on my PC & searched for more info about it. I found an article about the exact same picture. After read the entire article, my dream shattered because the article said:
"On April 1934, a Doctor, Colonel Robert Wilson manage to captured the 1st Nessie (Loch Ness) & he sold the picture to "London Daily Mail". But then, on 1993, Wilson assistant, Christian Spurling, before he died, he revealed that the picture taken by Wilson was a fake picture. He told in that picture actually the Loch Ness is made of plastic & submarine toy."
Guess I should photoshop & flip my right hand vertically from thumbs up to be thumbs down & burn the picture after that.
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