The Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie, was a mythological animal found at The Library.
Nessie lays an egg every hundred years, apparently by herself. Her hatchlings will bond themselves with the first creature they see.
Real Life CounterpartEdit
Called "Nessie" by its fans, the Loch Ness Monster is, supposedly a long-necked creature that lives inside Loch Ness. It has become a subject of popular culture since 1934, even though legends about it are a few centuries old.
Science has not officialy disproven the existence of Nessy, but all of her sightings are usually considered elaborate hoaxes or hallucinations.