A New Look at an Old Friend

Is the Loch Ness Monster real? That is a matter for debate, but recent discoveries suggest a new avenue of investigation for those eager to spot “Nessie,” if they can. Click the link below to learn more, readers:

Loch Ness Monster Existence 'Plausible' After Incredible Discovery

Loch Ness Monster Existence ‘Plausible’ After Incredible Discovery

by Jake Massey

The existence of the Loch Ness Monster may just be ‘plausible’ after all, a university has concluded following a fascinating discovery.

The mythical Scottish beast has been a part of folklore for centuries, and there have been countless apparent sightings of the mysterious creature.

But of course, very few among us actually think Nessie exists, partly because nobody has even managed to get a good picture of it, partly because the beast would appear to have a long-neck and a small head similar to a plesiosaur – meaning it wouldn’t be able to survive in Loch Ness, because it is a saltwater creature.

However, scientists at the University of Bath, the University of Portsmouth in the UK, and Université Hassan II in Morocco have found small plesiosaur fossils in a 100-million year old river system that is now Morocco’s Sahara Desert.

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5 thoughts on “A New Look at an Old Friend

  1. Years ago I read a theory that critters like Nessie might be some sort of “long-necked” mammal rather than a plesiosaur.

    Of course, we can’t know until we find one. 😉

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