Loch Ness Monster 'lair' not (yet) found by underwater robot

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Loch Ness Monster graphic

An underwater robot searching for a Loch Ness Monster "lair" hasn't found anything so far.

Earlier this year, retired fisherman Keith Stewart said he found a deep trench that could be Nessie's hiding place.

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Jenny reported on Nessie's possible hiding place in January

This kick-started a special mission, Operation Groundtruth, to investigate the loch in the Scottish Highlands.

No lair has been found, but they have discovered a 9m model of the monster that was built for a movie!

Nessie prop in The Private Life of Sherlock HolmesAF archive/Alamy
A picture of the Loch Ness Monster prop used in the film The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, which was remade after they lost the first one

A high-tech drone used soundwaves to scan the ground at the bottom of the loch and build a picture of what it looks like.

The official maximum depth of the loch still remains at 229.8m - so far...