THE Loch Ness monster is Britain’s most prominent unsolved puzzle, with endless endeavors to locate the giant beast is lying flat.
In a new wind in the decades-long story, a bonkers Kiwi researcher professes to have proof proposing Nessie truly exists. Details are rare, yet geneticist Professor Neil Gemmell says he made an amazing find during an ongoing undertaking to Loch Ness.
He and a worldwide group of researchers went looking for reptile DNA in the celebrated 226-meter lake in Scotland in 2018. Around 250 water tests were taken and searched for indications of the monster.
The discoveries will be uncovered at a question and answer session at Drumnadrochit, on the shores of Loch Ness, on September 5. Regardless of various “sightings” throughout the years, there’s still no verification Nessie is real.
Nessie was first “spotted” in 565 – a history of Irish priest Saint Columba makes reference to a “water giant” hauling a man to his demise in Scotland’s River Ness.