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"Scientists say that fossils of small plesiosaurs may prove that the Loch Ness monster could “plausibly” exist. Researchers at the University of Portsmouth claim to have discovered small fossils belonging to plesiosaurs in a river system in modern-day Morocco. Based on the discoveries, they say that the Loch Ness monster may not be as fictional as originally thought."
I wonder if that dude is still there. He been there for like 30 years and sits there all day every day with his binoculars waiting for the monster to appear. Anyhow good on him, hes just chilling out living his life in peace not causing anyone trouble.