Loch Ness may well be a giant murina

The Scottish legendary monster, Loch Ness, may well have been a giant murina.

This is according to researchers from New Zealand who have carried out intensive studies on the DNA collected from the water.

According to experts, there is no evidence that there was some type of Plesiosaur dinosaur or a large fish living in water.

From the evidence gathered, it appears that in the river along with other maritime animals there are many such Murina, which according to scientists, is the animal that most closely resembles the legendary monster.

Human DNA and dog, deer, birds and rabbit DNA were also found in the water.


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