Saturday, 7 September 2019 () New clues are emerging this morning on just what, if anything, is living in Scotland's notorious Loch Ness. Speculation about the Loch Ness monster – nickname “Nessie” – has raged for year. But last year, professor Neil Gemmell decided to take a new approach and study the DNA of the loch. After months of research, Gemmell delivered his conclusions to the waiting media this week. Michelle Miller reports.
New Zealand researchers say the Loch Ness Monster could simply be a giant eel. According to Geek.com, scientists tested DNA present in the cold, deep lake in the Scottish Highlands. Young eels, called..