The Loch Ness legend resurfaces
Does "Nessie" exist after all?
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The existence of the Loch Ness monster is "plausible." So claim a team of scientists after unearthing the fossilized bones of plesiosaurs (long-necked marine reptiles from the age of the dinosaurs) from a dried-up riverbed in Africa. Plesiosaurs resemble the fabled "Nessie," but until now were thought to be exclusively saltwater creatures. The remarkable discovery lends weight to the theory that a plesiosaur could have survived in the Scottish loch. So, does Nessie exist after all?
Click through and take an in-depth look at how the Loch Ness legend has resurfaced.
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