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Using DNA to track down the Loch Ness monster

CBS News 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.
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News video: Loch Ness monster may just be giant eel - scientists

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A team of international scientists says it has found no evidence of large animals like a dinosaur in Scotland's Loch Ness - but lots of eel DNA. David Doyle reports.

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