The Komodo Dragon was once thought to be a creature of myth.
The legend of Loch Ness may have been a ploy to attract tourists.
Some still believe that the Loch Ness monster is real despite the lack of credible evidence.
The Loch Ness monster is real.
"The human imagination is powerful."
"Though Rines never did find incontrovertible proof of Nessie's existence, he believed until his death, in 2009, that a major discovery was waiting in the murky waters of Loch Ness."
"What would the creature eat?"
"Or perhaps it is a prehistoric creature - such as a plesiosaur."
"To most, cryptozoology seems more like fantasy than real science..."
"But some creatures of myth and legend have turned out to really exist."
"Certainly many of them are attention seekers or pranksters."
"He named the creatures Komodo dragons."
People believe in monsters like Nessie because they want there to be mysteries in our world.
Modern science has replaced the need for fictional stories to explain our world.
Monsters like Nessie and Bigfoot most likely do not exist.
People who believe in monsters do so because they like to be scared.
Imagination and Belief
It would not fit into the article.
She thinks it's all a hoax.
She thinks it's a serious scientific career.
She is skeptical.
She would enjoy being a cryptozoologist.
The search for mythical and legendary creatures
Another name for a "cyclops"
The author of a study about the Loch Ness monster
A group of sailors that discovered Komodo dragons in 1873
People that don't believe
People that have seen the Loch Ness monster