The animals behind rehashed sightings of the mythical Loch Ness Monster might be goliath eels, as indicated by researchers.

Scientists from New Zealand have attempted to inventory every single living specie in the loch by extricating DNA from water tests.

Following examination, the researchers have discounted the nearness of huge creatures said to be behind reports of a beast.

No proof of an ancient marine reptile called a plesiosaur or a huge fish, for example, a sturgeon were found.

Catfish and proposals that a meandering Greenland shark were behind the sightings were additionally limited.


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The specialists found no proof that Nessie could be a plesiosaur

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Prof Neil Gemmell and his group gathered water tests from Loch Ness

The point of the examination was not to discover Nessie, however to improve information of what plants and creatures live in Loch Ness.

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European eels are among the animals in the loch, and whose DNA was grabbed by the new explore.


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