Gary Campbell, president of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club in Scotland, had been worried about Nessies health because no credible sightings of her had been reported in the last year.
However, Nessie and her humps recently surfaced again, meaning the sea monster still reigns supreme.
Campbell is relieved Nessie is alive and well and figures shes back to let other sea monsters know shes the mother of them all.
Though there at least another 23 mysterious sea creatures in Scottish waters, the only one thats ever seriously talked about is Nessie.
Theres also Bownessie, Nessies English cousin in Lake Windermere, England, but Campbell says the original sea monster wont be upstaged.
Given the massive size of Loch Ness, all other lakes look like puddles to Nessie, so shes not worried about losing her edge.
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