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He claims the picture is the best-ever taken of the loch ness monster and proves once and for all that the elusive leviathan exists - and is definitely not a sturgeon.. That was about six months since the aldie mackay report in the inverness courier. the leading expert at the time, rupert t. gould, in his 1934 book, "the loch ness monster and others", examined the various theories to explain the reports that had been coming from the loch since the year before and addressed the sturgeon idea which he said was. Earlier this year, the scottish first minister, nicola sturgeon, claimed that the loch ness monster is real, during an interview on good morning britain. ms sturgeon said: “the loch ness monster.
Giant and common sturgeon. at least that is the title of this engraving from the famous 1894 encyclopaedia of animals, "the royal natural history", edited by richard lydekker b.a., f.r.s., etc.. 'are you serious?' nicola sturgeon loses her cool on good morning britain as she clashes with kate garraway over existence of loch ness monster.
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Any sturgeon found here must have come through loch ness. the sturgeon may well be the most likely candidate for the loch ness monster , but they are certainly not a very romantic solution. who would come all this way to see the loch ness fish ?. Loch ness research with adrian shine, the loch ness project reference site for general scientific information concerning the exploration of loch ness and investigation into the loch ness monster controversy edited by adrian shine..