Scientists Say Existence Of Loch Ness Monster “Plausible”

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Researchers found fossils of small plesiosaurs in a 100-million-year-old river system in what’s now the Sahara Desert, suggesting that the dinosaurs may have lived in freshwater, and scientists say it proves that the Loch Ness Monster is “plausible.”

In a press release on the subject, the University of Bath said the new discovery showed that the Loch Ness Monster was “on one level, plausible,” because plesiosaurs “did inhabit freshwater.” It’s not a full endorsement of the legendary creature, though; the statement goes on to say that “the last plesiosaurs finally died out at the same time as the dinosaurs, 66 million years ago.”

Source: Independent

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