The Loch Ness Monster Could Actually Be A Giant Eel

The legend of the Loch Ness Monster continues to fascinate both scientists and conspiracy theorists alike. Now a group of researchers are speculating that Nessie was actually a giant eel.

An international group of scientists has analyzed "environmental DNA" from the famed Scottish lake and found no evidence that Nessie exists.  

However, they say the lake contains a great deal of eel DNA, leading to speculation that Nessie could be a giant eel, rather than the more common theory of a prehistoric reptile.

In the end, lead researcher Neil Gemmell says "There may well be a monster in Loch Ness, but we didn't find it".

h/t NBC

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