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In the Scottish folklore, the monster is said to inhabit Loch Ness in Scotland, where Rockstar Games originated from. It is often described as large, long-necked, and with one or more humps protruding from the water.
- "Well now, what do we have here? Sand sculpture... but it looks familiar, no? I wonder if the people here have ever...
No, it is not possible. Not this far south. Excuse me, kapitan. I was just thinking out aloud."
- ―Pavel to the player when he sees a snapmatic image of the sand sculpture.
The Loch Ness Monster can only be seen during The Cayo Perico Heist finale, and appears in different spots at beginning or while escaping the island by boat. If the player get too close to the monster, it will dive down quickly. The depiction of the Loch Ness Monster resembles the popular depiction of it as a present-day Plesiosaur, with a long neck, round body and flippers to propel it through the water. The monster is technically a prop object, and cannot be killed.
Grand Theft Auto Online
- The Loch Ness Monster may stay on the sea when the player approaches it.
- The Loch Ness Monster was likely taken from unused content in Red Dead Redemption 2, as code and sounds for an unseen river monster were found in the game's files. The code and sounds can be seen and heard here.
- Real-life British naturalist and co-founder of "Loch Ness Phenomena Investigation Bureau" Peter Scott announced in 1975, on the basis of the photographs, that the creature's scientific name would be Nessiteras rhombopteryx (Greek for "Ness inhabitant with diamond-shaped fin"). 
- "...Sand sculpture... but it looks familiar, no? I wonder if the people here have ever... No, its not possible... No this far south."