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Is the loch ness monster a sturgeon? the theory that the loch ness monster is an atlantic sturgeon is not something new and has been doing the rounds since the early days of the modern nessie phenomenon.. Giant sturgeon evidence at loch ness scott mardis (a friend and co-worker of mine) recently posted a comparison between "nessie" as seen and sketched by alastair dallas in 1936 and a spawning sturgeon on rocks.. There is, however, a great deal more to the loch ness monster than scientific probabilities, and the greatest argument against the sturgeon or, more importantly, against any species of fish, is the long neck reported (figure 1b, 7k), although such reports are more rare than is generally realised..
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.. The loch ness monster has died as she lived – shrouded in mystery and intrigue. the tattered remains of the serpentine beast said to have haunted the murky waters of the loch since 1933 were.
Video related with Sturgeon In Loch Ness
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.. There are no other records of sturgeon in the river or loch although they have been found in the moray firth into which the river ness empties. another, but unsubstantiated report, is that one was caught in the river garry ..