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The Hunt for the Loch Ness Monster Isn't Over

The Hunt for the Loch Ness Monster Isn't Over A New Zealand scientist is heading an international team to conduct DNA samples in the Loch Ness next month, in hopes of finally tracking down Scotland’s most-talked about cryptid. University of Otago professor Neil Gemmell told the ‘Otago Daily Times’ that creatures leave DNA behind when they move through water. Prof. Neil Gemmell, via 'Otago Daily Times' Many people have claimed to spot the creature, which is believed to be a plesiosaur that lived through the extinction of dinosaurs. Professor Gemmell did admit that ‘Nessie’ isn’t entirely the focus on the expedition. Prof. Neil Gemmell, via 'Otago Daily Times'

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