Bad news, monster hunters. There probably ISN’T a dinosaur or any other monster swimming around right now in Scotland.
A team of scientists from New Zealand went to Scotland recently to study the sea life in Loch Ness to figure out if there really MIGHT be a monster in there.
And based on their conclusions . . . there’s no DNA evidence of dinosaurs, or any other mysterious or unknown creatures.
In fact, based on the sea life there, they’re pretty sure the Loch Ness monster is actually a BIG EEL. Quote, “There’s no shark DNA . . . catfish DNA . . . [or] sturgeon either . . . [but] eels are very plentiful.”
Maybe it’s even a prehistoric Shark!? Speaking of Sharks, the San Jose Sharks first game is on 10/2 at 7:30pm and you can listen to it here!
The Loch Ness Monster is still a mystery. But scientists have some new evidence for a theory. https://t.co/N2YESXXCIU
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 6, 2019