Loch Ness, Scotland
- Satellite in the atmosphere was accessed using Apple's satellite map app
- Shows a creature swimming below the surface of the world famous loch
- Location just south of Dores - only be viewed on some iPads and iPhones
- Creature in the water is about 50ft in length - half the size of a blue whale
One of the first famous sightings was in 1933, when George Spicer and his wife claimed they saw 'a most extraordinary form of animal' which was 4ft high and 25ft long crossing the road near the loch.
The following year, Dr Robert Kenneth Wilson took a picture, in main story above, which is now the most famous picture of the monster, although it was later revealed to be a hoax made with a toy from Woolworth's.
And in 1935, renowned big game hunter Marmaduke Wetherell found a footprint he said was the monster's. It was later revealed to have been made by him using a dried hippo's foot of the type used as umbrella stands at the time.
Despite many recording sightings over the years, most have been revealed to be hoaxes and scientists do not give credence to the suggestion that a monster lives in the loch.