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Has The Mystery Of The Loch Ness Monster Finally Been Solved?

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Has The Mystery Of The Loch Ness Monster Finally Been Solved?

Has The Mystery Of The Loch Ness Monster Finally Been Solved?

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 elvers, travel from the Sargasso Sea all the way to Scotland’s rivers and lochs.

Eels are very plentiful in Loch Ness, with eel DNA found at pretty much every location sampled — there are a lot of them.

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