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NEWS: New Study of Loch Ness Says Nessie May in Fact Be a Giant Eel

NEWS: New Study of Loch Ness Says Nessie May in Fact Be a Giant Eel

After months of waiting, the results of a new scientific study of Loch Ness have been revealed! Over the summer, Loch Ness researchers teased that their DNA study of the famous Scottish lake pointed to one specific theory about the identity of the Loch Ness Monster being correct. According to their study, other popular theories - including the well-known plesiosaur theory - have all been ruled out. Instead, they’ve named the giant eel as the most probable identity of the water monster! Could the Loch Ness Monster mystery really be solved after all these years?

NEWS: Scientists Suggest Loch Ness Monster “Might” Exist After New Study

NEWS: Scientists Suggest Loch Ness Monster “Might” Exist After New Study

After decades of sightings, investigations, and theories, and even that very famous hoaxed photo, the legend of the Loch Ness Monster continues to endure. Nessie’s possible existence still intrigues people around the world, including a team of scientists who recently conducted a study that they believe suggests the Loch Ness Monster “might” in fact be real.