A huge sea creature has been caught on camera, in the Great Prespa Lake; a massive body of water that is shared by Albania, Greece and FYROM.
The viral video shows the creature poking its long neck out of the water before ducking back down into the water.
Although some people are speculating that it is the Nessie; the Loch Ness Monster, some local residents remain unconvinced of the legend; preferring to believe instead that it is actually just a giant catfish.
Speaking to British tabloid, Daily Star, geography professor, Sima Jonosk; who led a tour of the lake and was the first person to swim across it back in 1970, said: “I remember when a ship sank in Albania, near Mali grad, a lot of children drowned in Prespa Lake.
“Then I found out that the divers who searched for them, saw a great catfish.
“They were so scared that they stopped the search. I think that it was one of those catfish that the Greek fishermen saw.”