Who the “Loch Ness monster” really could be

(ORDO NEWS) — Experts could not find any evidence that a plesiosaur lives in Loch Ness. At the same time, they suggested that in fact, eyewitnesses could observe a giant eel, which for some unknown reason mutated.

Neil Gemmell conducted a study of DNA samples taken from the lake and noted that Nessie, if she really is, is not a marine reptile that lived back in the days of the dinosaurs. This is reported by Express.

Experts managed to find over three thousand different animals in the huge Loch Ness. Some of them are so small that a person cannot see them without special equipment.

The professor noted that in the lake they found a fairly large amount of DNA that belongs to eel. Samples were taken for research in different parts of the reservoir.

Scientists have not been able to establish the exact size of eels in Loch Ness, but some of the diver said that they saw animals, the thickness of which is not less than a human leg.

Observers note that they saw an incomprehensible creature almost four meters long. Presumably, the eel could grow to such an incredible size, although this goes very far beyond the established norm.

Neil Gemmell added that they were unable to establish who owns approximately 20% of the DNA. At the same time, the professor continues to insist that no huge reptile lives in the reservoir and all this is a common invention.


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