London, July 4 : Two tourists have captured in their camera what they believe is a dinosaur-like creature the Loch Ness Monster.
David Garside has revealed that he made the video while he and his father Graham were enjoying a tourist boat trip on the Loch in Scotland in April.
He says that they spotted something strange in the distance, and so zoomed in with their video camera to get a better look.
"I couldn't really see what it was but I thought it looked sort of like a crocodile's back or something. I was videotaping the boat tour though so I used my zoom lens to get a closer look and luckily I caught it on camera," the Mirror quoted 31-year-old David as saying.
His father Graham added: "I told a few people, including the holiday company we went on holiday with but some clerk I spoke to probably thought I was mad so it didn't get any further."
Sony Pictures Entertainment unearthed the video from the Huddersfield father and son.
The company was in Scotland to stage a projection of the Loch Ness Monster to publicise a new DVD: The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep.
Several studies have been conducted to detect the presence of the monster, but no hard evidence of its existence has been revealed.
Many believe the size (21 square miles) and depth (800 feet) of the loch, and potential underwater caves give the monster many places to hide.