If there's ever a webcam that will make you want to get scuba-certified in a hurry, this is surely it.
This live feed, which can be refreshed up to every two seconds on a speedy connection, provides an underwater view of the Bonaire National Marine Park in the Antilles islands.
Since the 1930s, people have been traveling to Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands with the hope of catching a glimpse of Nessie, the monster said to inhabit the lake.
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Some viewers have expressed a desire to donate toward the high cost of keeping these live cams running day and night.
Fast forward 70 years, and all you need to indulge in a little plesiosaur-spotting is your browser and Mikko Takala's excellent live webcams.
Enjoy some lake views now, and stay tuned for a soon-promised underwater cam that sounds very exciting.