Tourists were left stunned when they seemed to come across the Loch Ness Monster washed up on the banks of the famous loch.
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Help2Rehome Scotland shared the images on their Facebook page, writing: "A dog walker out on the shores of Loch Ness has just stumbled across this. Has Nessy been found? Or someone playing a fascinating prank?"
Before users realised it was actually a scene for a TV show, they were quick to point out it was fake.
One person wrote: "Total hoax. Why would the bones be stripped of flesh but the organs and intestines are still intact?"
Another joked: "Hoax. Body stripped clean but guts look fresh. Might have been a haggis smoking too much scotch mist", while one mused: "Load of nonsense! The intestines would be the first bit to be eaten!"
One reader said: "Excellent prank. Guess owners of local business wanted a quick influx of tourists cash, lol."
And another user laughed: "I love how proud some seem to point out this is a hoax.
"It's a mythical creature. Of course it's a hoax!"