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So, as I suspected, enp3s0 probably is your Ethernet (it's not the local area network, as you also appear to have a Wi-Fi interface wlo1).

And none of that comes close to local area connection

This is Linux, not Windows, so there aren't "friendly names" for adapters. Wireshark labels lo as "Loopback", because it (or, rather, libpcap) knows it's a loopback interface, but it has no way of knowing that it should call wlo1 or enp3so anything other than "wlo1" or "enp3so".

that's on every freaking video

Probably most "how to use Wireshark" videos are, for better or worse, made on Windows rather than on Linux or macOS or....