Move Over Loch Ness, This ‘Ice Monster’ Is Real And It Moves!

A mysterious Alaskan ice monster was spotted swimming in the cold waters of Alaska, and scientists do not know what it is.

A mysterious “ice monster” was spotted swimming in the Chena River in Fairbanks, Alaska, and nobody knows exactly what it is.

There are reports that it was a sturgeon, which is a type of fish, but scientists have been unable to get a good look at this large creature.

After this creature was spotted, people began comparing it to the Loch Ness Monster. For years, people thought they had found Nessie, but photos purportedly showing the creature were quickly debunked.

In the video below, this creature slithers like a snake in the grass, but all of its movements occur on the surface of the water. Even though this creature’s identity is unknown, I will not be venturing out to Alaska anytime soon to investigate the matter.

Check out this strange creature in the video below:

I want to know what this creature is, but I will have to wait until someone else captures it and brings it up from its eerie habitat. Does this creature remind you of the mythical Loch Ness Monster?

This monster was probably searching for food when it was caught on camera. Whatever this creature was doing, it’s a miraculous thing to see.

Humans love to explore and seek out danger, which explains why creatures like the Loch Ness Monster are so fascinating. For some people, capturing a monster on camera is not good enough for them. They have to go chase it down, kill it, and display it for the entire world to see.

My parents used to tell me that there are some things “you should leave well enough alone,” and I hope this Alaskan “ice monster” is left alone, unless it tries to hurt people.

If you enjoyed this video, check out this video of a mysterious creature floating in a river:

Do you think this creature is a sea monster? Would you travel to Alaska to try and see it? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below! 

Source: Rumble

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